Teijin from Japan is going for the acquisition of the Czech manufacturer


Japan’s Teijin Limited declared is to completely secure Benet Automotive s.r.o. (Benet), a main car composite and segment provider in the Czech Republic, from Jet Investment. Terms of the securing are not being revealed.

Benet has key vicinity to the focal and eastern locales of the European market where key German and other European OEMs work generation offices.

Benet, headquartered in Mlada Boleslav, Czech Republic, is a level one provider of composite parts to the car business, offering cutting edge innovations for carbon-fiber-fortified and glass-fiber-strengthened plastic trim, just as the work of art and gathering of vehicles. The organization has practical experience in strengthened response infusion shaping (RRIM), a low-weight procedure utilizing polyurethane; and both traditional autoclave and sap move forming (RTM). Benet has three offices in Czechia and one in Germany to serve European car OEMs including Volkswagen, Mercedes, BMW, Audi, and Skoda. The organization had 720 workers and recorded offers of €35.2 million ($40 million) in monetary 2018.

Teijin is developing its car composites business with exclusive lightweight, elite materials, and prevalent structure abilities, to turn into a multi-material segment supply accomplice of car OEM clients served by Teijin center points in Europe, North America, and Asia. In Europe, Teijin gained Inapal Plásticos SA, a main car composite provider in Portugal, in August 2018; and is introducing a glass-and carbon-fiber sheet-shaping compound (GF-SMC and CF-SMC) line in the French office of Continental Structural Plastics, a world head in car composites situated in North America, which Teijin obtained in January 2017.

Benet has a vital closeness to the focal and eastern areas of the European market where key German and other European OEMs work creation offices. The organization’s well-demonstrated supply record will give a strong establishment to Teijin to further fortify its answer advancement capacities and deals divert in Europe.

As a feature of its multi-material technique, Teijin will use Benet’s abilities in existing advancement extends and develop science of developments with Teijin and CSP’s remarkable material and trim advances and specialized colleagues to offer inventive car composite arrangements that meet clients’ future requirements for gentility, durability, structure adaptability, profitability, and cost-decadence. Teijin is focusing on car composite business offers of around €1.7 billion ($2 billion) by 2030.