The acquisition includes a plant in El Puig, north of Valencia.
The acquisition includes a plant in El Puig, north of Valencia.

thyssenkrupp has acquired its former investee company Thyssen Ros Casares SA, based in southeastern Spain. The acquisition includes a plant in El Puig, north of Valencia, which covers a total area of 39,000 m², and can process slit strip and blanks on three slitting and two cut-to-length lines.

Since spring 2016 thyssenkrupp has also added a new location in Györ, Hungary, and a stainless steel service center in Willich, Germany.

‘We are delighted to be able to expand our European network with the El Puig site and offer our customers new options with a further presence in a promising market environment,’ said Marcus Wöhl, CEO, thyssenkrupp Materials Processing Europe. 

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