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HEALTHCARE & MED-TECH

Aquin has gained experience and expertise in the medical device industry through electromedicine, wound care/consumables, technical aids, and nursing home services. In general, Aquin has designated the following sub-sectors:

> Med-Tech
> Rehabilitation Equipment

For years, technical innovations in have led to a strong demand for companies with high development potential. The high degree of specialization in niche markets, along with the associated reliable earnings potential, have aroused the interest of diverse investor groups and created a strong seller's market. Through transactions and other consulting projects, we have been able to establish ourselves in the medical technology market and build a valuable network of investors for our clients.

SENIOR ADVISOR

Dr. Hans-Peter Wagner - Senior Advisor Aquin
Dr. Hans-Peter Wagner
Med-Tech
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Dr. Hans-Peter Wagner - Senior Advisor Aquin
Dr. Hans-Peter Wagner
Med-Tech
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SELECTED REFERENCES

Key Terms

>   With effect from March 31, 2017, REAC AB acquired AAT Alber Antriebstechnik GmbH, a leading supplier and manufacturer of electrically powered stair climbing solutions and add-on kits in the field of rehabilitation and transportation technology.
>   Aquin acted as the exclusive M&A advisor to the owners and founders of AAT, Thomas and Markus Alber.

Strategic Logic

>   The sale to REAC AB is part of AAT`s succession plan. The takeover will enable the company to realize its long-term growth strategy, to strengthen its leading market position in Germany and to fully leverage its potential to significantly increase its international footprint.
>   With the acquisition, REAC creates an excellent basis to further pursue its strategy to establish themselves as a leading supplier of motion systems for the global medical technology industry.
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AAT

>   The company AAT Alber Antriebstechnik GmbH, founded in 1995, is an asset-light producer of mobile, flexible and innovative stair climbing solutions as well as add-on drives currently exporting to more than 30 countries.
>   AAT is headquartered in Albstadt (Germany), achieved an annual turnover of 18 million euros and employs 72 people.

REAC

>   REAC Group, headquartered in Åmål (Sweden), produces and supplies motion systems within the global mobility rehab industry. The product portfolio consists of a broad range of advanced power solutions, such as electrical actuators, lift and tilt systems as well as control systems.
>   As a fully-owned subsidiary of Latour Industries AB, which has posted sales of 170 million euros in 2016 and is a part of the investment company Latour Investment AB, REAC generates revenues of 35 million euros and employs 345 people at three sites in Sweden and Poland.

Key Terms

>   With effect from March 31, 2017, REAC AB acquired AAT Alber Antriebstechnik GmbH, a leading supplier and manufacturer of electrically powered stair climbing solutions and add-on kits in the field of rehabilitation and transportation technology.
>   Aquin acted as the exclusive M&A advisor to the owners and founders of AAT, Thomas and Markus Alber.

Strategic Logic

>   The sale to REAC AB is part of AAT`s succession plan. The takeover will enable the company to realize its long-term growth strategy, to strengthen its leading market position in Germany and to fully leverage its potential to significantly increase its international footprint.
>   With the acquisition, REAC creates an excellent basis to further pursue its strategy to establish themselves as a leading supplier of motion systems for the global medical technology industry.
Logo_AAT_Foto

AAT

>   The company AAT Alber Antriebstechnik GmbH, founded in 1995, is an asset-light producer of mobile, flexible and innovative stair climbing solutions as well as add-on drives currently exporting to more than 30 countries.
>   AAT is headquartered in Albstadt (Germany), achieved an annual turnover of 18 million euros and employs 72 people.

REAC

>   REAC Group, headquartered in Åmål (Sweden), produces and supplies motion systems within the global mobility rehab industry. The product portfolio consists of a broad range of advanced power solutions, such as electrical actuators, lift and tilt systems as well as control systems.
>   As a fully-owned subsidiary of Latour Industries AB, which has posted sales of 170 million euros in 2016 and is a part of the investment company Latour Investment AB, REAC generates revenues of 35 million euros and employs 345 people at three sites in Sweden and Poland.


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AQUIN - Dr. Jürgen Kuttruff
Dr. Jürgen Kuttruff
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Thomas Grauvogl - Aquin
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Felix Kampen - Aquin
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Jürgen Kuttruff - Aquin
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Thomas Grauvogl - Aquin
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Felix Kampen - Aquin
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