Hannover Messe: M+W Group presents a concept for competitive large-scale manufacturing of lithium-ion battery cells13. April 2010
Stand D60 (03) in Hall 27 At the Hannover Messe, which is to be held from the 19th to 23rd April 2010, the design and construction company M+W Group (formerly M+W Zander) will present its concept for achieving cost-competitive, large-scale manufacturing of lithium-ion battery cells.
Desertec: Enel Green Power, NAREVA Holding, Red Eléctrica de España and Saint-Gobain Solar become part of joint venture Dii22. March 2010
Munich – Four companies have today joined the Desertec joint venture Dii. The new shareholders are Enel Green Power (Italy), NAREVA Holding (Morocco), Red Eléctrica de España (Spain) and Saint-Gobain Solar (France).
The Dii was founded in 2009 as the “Desertec Industrial Initiative” and aims to create the framework for…
5. March 2010
Munich – Prof. Klaus Töpfer will advise the Desertec Industrial Initiative (Dii) on strategic issues. His activities will focus on political and social questions, with a view to realising the Desertec vision to the benefit of all participants in Europe, the Middle East and North Africa.
19. February 2010
Effective from January 1st, 2010 the M+W Group GmbH, Stuttgart, acquired shares in Schmid Silicon Technology Holding GmbH, Freudenstadt. With this …
4. February 2010
Strengthening the automation business
The global engineering and construction company M+W Group (formerly M+W Zander) strengthens its business in the US and in Canada. Today the company announced that its subsidiary, M+W Americas, Inc. purchased 100 percent of Global Automation Partners (GAP). GAP is headquartered in Danbury, Connecticut (US), and…
22. January 2010
M+W Process Automation GmbH (formerly Lang und Peitler Automation GmbH) has acquired 70% of the shares in Teufel Software GmbH, a SAP systems house for medium-sized manufacturing companies and an SAP Gold Partner.
The shares were acquired on Monday, 18.01.2010, with the management of Teufel Software GmbH continuing to hold…