On His 60th Birthday: Bartholet Becomes Part of the HTI Group

On His Birthday Bartholet Becomes Part of the HTI Group
On His 60th Birthday Bartholet Becomes Part of the HTI Group

A strong and long-term partnership has been established in the ropeway industry. High Technology Industries (HTI) Group replaces the previous private equity fund CEDARLAKE Capital (which bought shares in private equity fund ARGOS Soditic 5 years ago), thus becoming the majority owner and strategic partner of Bartholet.

Roland Bartholet, a founding family shareholder of Flums, will continue to lead the company as Chairman and CEO with current management. The Swiss company, which currently employs around 450 people, will continue to operate under the name "Bartholet" and as part of the HTI group, an umbrella organization combining the additional brands of LEITNER and POMA (Ropehauled transport systems), PRINOTH and JARRAF. Firms DEMACLENKO (snow making systems), LEITWIND (wind turbines) and AGUDIO (Material ropeways) are also under the HTI group.

The Flums location will be integrated into the global structure of the HTI Group, which already extends from Italy to Austria, France to Slovakia, the United States and Canada to India, Germany and China, thus being close to customers around the world. . The world with its wide network This cooperation creates customer benefits that allow even more targeted use of ropeway technology, thanks to the latest innovations in passenger and material transport.

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