• New owner for Tjaden

New owner for Tjaden

18 November 2017

Friday, November 17th, Hölscher Wasserbau acquired the shares of Tjaden from A.Hak. Hölscher Wasserbau wants to further strengthen its position as Europe’s leading company in the fields of dewatering, groundwater control, well drilling and enviro-engineering, while A.Hak wants to focus more on the construction of underground infrastructure. The employment contracts of all Tjaden employees are part of the acquisition.

Iain Light, CEO of A.Hak, is pleased with the acquisition. 'Tjaden delivers high quality services and has done so since 1895. In Hölscher Wasserbau, we have found a party that wants to invest in the further growth and development of the company, while ensuring the employment of its staff.’

Hölscher Wasserbau GmbH is an independent family-run enterprise with numerous branch offices and subsidiaries located in Germany and many other countries. The company offers a wide range of services in the areas of dewatering, groundwater control, well drilling and enviro-engineering.

‘With the purchase of Tjaden, we have taken a strategically important step towards the further development of our position on the target markets Belgium, France and the Netherlands’, Heinz Hölscher, CEO of Hölscher Wasserbau said.

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