Enar officially joins the Wacker Neuson Group
Markus Einsele, who has been with Wacker Neuson for seven years now and is specialized in concrete technology, and David Gascon, CEO of Enar, will take the reins as joint directors on June 1, 2022. “I am delighted that this transaction has now been completed and we can get started,” comments Markus Einsele. “Enar ideally complements Wacker Neuson’s offering in the rapidly growing concrete technology market, enabling us to offer our customers the right product regardless of their needs.”
Enar is a manufacturer of light construction equipment, specialized in concrete compaction. Alongside a wide range of internal vibrators for concrete, the company’s product portfolio also covers vibratory plates, rammers and walk-behind rollers for soil and asphalt compaction. The new alliance will further strengthen the Wacker Neuson Group’s market position and extend its international reach, particularly in the field of concrete technology. Given Enar’s very healthy market position and the high level of consumer acceptance for its products, the Wacker Neuson Group will manage Enar as an independent brand.
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About the Wacker Neuson Group:
The Wacker Neuson Group is an international network of companies, employing around 6,000 people worldwide. In fiscal 2021, the Group achieved revenue of EUR 1.87 billion. As a leading manufacturer of light and compact equipment, the Group offers its customers a broad portfolio of products, a wide range of services and an efficient spare parts service. Wacker Neuson Group is the partner of choice among professional users in construction, gardening, landscaping and agriculture, as well as among municipal bodies and companies in industries such as recycling and rail transport. The product brands Wacker Neuson, Kramer, Weidemann belong to the Group. Wacker Neuson SE shares are listed on the regulated Prime Standard segment of the Frankfurt Stock Exchange (ISIN: DE000WACK012, WKN: WACK01) and the SDAX index of the German stock exchange.