DT Swiss compra Trickstuff

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DT Swiss compra Trickstuff. L’azienda svizzera, specializzata in ruote per mountain bike e bici da corsa, acquisisce Trickstuff GmbH, famosa per i suoi freni dalle alte prestazioni (qui il nostro test) e per i tempi di consegna biblici. Proprio oggi Trickstuff annuncia di chiudere il negozio online per 3 settimane per ottimizzare i processi, visto che la riorganizzazione avvenuta ad inizio 2020 non ha migliorato la situazione consegne, anzi…

L’ormai ex proprietario di Trickstuff, Klaus Liedler, rimane in azienda come direttore. Azienda che continuerà ad operare in maniera indipendente da DT Swiss, anche se gli Svizzeri entreranno nella fase decisionale per quanto riguarda lo sviluppo e la produzione dei prodotti.

Trickstuff

Chairman and CEO of DT Swiss, Frank Böckman, said: “With the purchase of Trickstuff GmbH, we want to keep pace with the ever-faster development in our industry and establish a development site in a region with high attractiveness to ambitious cyclists.

“With a highly innovative team that can be characterized as highly motivated, fully committed and with a down-to-earth mentality, Trickstuff has built an excellent reputation amongst passionate cyclists for their unique products. In addition, the company is located in one of the most popular cycling areas in Germany. Over the years, I have cultivated a trusting exchange with Klaus Liedler and learned to appreciate him as a creative and sympathetic discussion partner. In these conversations we also talked about further development prospects of his company. In these discussions, we came to the conclusion that both companies could benefit from working together and decided to integrate Trickstuff into the DT Swiss Group.”

Trickstuff, based in Pfaffenweiler in the Black Forest, has made a name for itself over the last two decades, particularly in the disc brake market.

The brand will benefit from DT Swiss’ expertise in business model development, IT infrastructure, supply chain management and production optimisation.

“For many years, I have had a collegial and friendly exchange with Frank Böckmann, through which we have also repeatedly exchanged ideas about the development and growth opportunities for Trickstuff,” Klaus Liedler, CEO of Trickstuff said. “Together we came to the conclusion that both companies could benefit from a close cooperation.

“We at Trickstuff are very happy to become part of the DT Swiss Group, which opens up great growth opportunities for us as an agile and innovative company. In the future, we want to continue working on sophisticated innovations with our great team and bringing high-quality, durable and easy-to-maintain braking systems to the market. Personally, I am very much looking forward to intensifying the exchange with a whole new range of colleagues in the group.”

 

Commenti

  1. pk71:

    Faceva più telai Nicolai quando lavorava dentro le stalle della fattoria.
    Ma davvero, lasciando stare i problemi attuali di approvvigionamento, ma ne vendono così tanti o non riescono a tirare fuori dieci impianti a settimana?
  2. E non sono riusciti ad aumentare la produzione in una nazione dove il tornio lo regalano alle comunioni…..
  3. gargasecca:

    Beh...ma quote di mercato da ricconi...non di primo montaggio se vogliono restare sullo stesso prodotto... :roll:
    una volta che industrializzi i prodotti, i costi scendono.
    Anche volendo, mai a poi mai i Trickstuff fatti in Germania costavano al produttore 500€, ma neanche 300.
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