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Lawo Acquires Innovason Brand

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In the wake of a restructuring process, the French company Innovason SAS has been dissolved, with all its product and trademark rights now owned by Lawo AG.

The move, which follows Lawo’s acquisition of the majority shareholding back in April 2008, marks the end of a juridical process which resulted in the liquidation of Innovason SAS on 2nd November 2011. The Innovason brand will henceforth be managed from Lawo’s HQ in Rastatt, Germany.

 

A number of former Innovason key employees will take over responsibility within the new structure at Lawo including the ‘father’ of Eclipse, Hervé de Caro, now product manager for Eclipse; Nicolas Gozdowski who will continue in his role as service engineer; Benoit Quiniou in R&D; and Marcel Babazadeh remains the international sales director.

 

For further information visit www.innovason.com.

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