NordCap becomes new majority shareholder of IDEAL AKE

The continuous integration of our locations Gmunden and Bad Mitterndorf is the key to success of the IDEAL AKE Group.
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By combining the most innovative ideas from both companies and by fostering joint processes and systems, we want to develop our mutual market opportunities together with you and our team of experts to the next level.

Today, we are happy to announce, that this path of group-wide synergies will additionally be strengthened considerably due to a successful change in the ownership structure.

NordCap becomes new majority shareholder

After sophisticated deliberations, the NordCap Group, being a trusted partner for decades, takes the majority stake in IDEAL Kältetechnik GmbH and thus in AKE Ausseer Kälte- und Edelstahltechnik GmbH. This promising partnership brings intensive industry knowledge and a strong customer perspective to the strategic mindset of the IDEAL AKE Group.

NordCap also is an owner-managed family business with a dedicated management team, which guarantees the sustainable existence and continous success of the IDEAL AKE Group. The connection has already been contracted – and will be legally effective very soon.

The new shareholder structure strengthens the optimization of our processes and further develoment of both of our locations. With a systematic focus on different market needs, new opportunities for the most diverse segments of the food service industry are going to be opened up.

Together with you, as our valued customers and sales partners, we want to seize these opportunities to the maximum. As usual, your contact persons within the IDEAL AKE team are at your side, ready to thoroughly process your orders and realize your individual projects trustingly.

We are looking forward to hearing from you soon and, of course, to continuing our successful cooperation!

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