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Rebranding of companies in the RAMPF Group

News International-French

11 Jun 2014

From the start of the new financial year on 1 July, 2014, the RAMPF Group’s five core companies will be operating under new names, thus reflecting the much broader service portfolio and growing internationalization of the Group.

From 1 July, 2014, the names will spell out the core areas of expertise offered by the international RAMPF Group:

      ● EPUCRET Mineralgusstechnik is becoming: RAMPF Machine Systems
      ● RAMPF Dosiertechnik is becoming: RAMPF Production Systems
      ● RAMPF Ecosystems is becoming: RAMPF Eco Solutions
      ● RAMPF Giessharze is becoming: RAMPF Polymer Solutions
      ● RAMPF Tooling is becoming: RAMPF Tooling Solutions

“The RAMPF Group stands for engineering and chemical solutions. The companies in the Group har-ness the diverse range of innovative potential that comes from combining engineering and chemical so-lutions. These areas of expertise are covered by the terms systems and solutions,” explains Michael Rampf, CEO of RAMPF Holding. “The new company names reflect the much broader portfolios that our companies have built up over the years. The English terminology better portrays RAMPF’s global pres-ence on the world markets as a solutions-oriented, full-service provider.”

As well as strengthening our position on the market, this rebranding is meant to consolidate the sense of cohesion throughout the Group and encourage closer collaboration across the operating units. “The high levels of skills and thirst for innovation at RAMPF are quite unrivalled and place us far ahead of the competition,” says Matthias Rampf, CEO of RAMPF Holding. “We want to start making even better use of this potential by collaborating more intensely across countries, companies, and departments.”

RAMPF – innovative solutions from a single source
The managing directors of the five core companies of the RAMPF Group explain the reasons behind the rebranding and why their respective companies are ideally positioned for future growth: