MOSO Acquires German Manufacturer

Bamboo specialist MOSO International BV has acquired Bambeau Becker & Großgarten GmbH, located in Frechen, Germany. For the time being, the brands and sales structures of both companies remain unchanged. MOSO International BV is Europe’s largest supplier of bamboo products for indoor and outdoor applications in the construction industry and of tailor-made products for the logistics, furniture and automotive industries.

The consolidation will enable MOSO International BV and Bambeau to have a stronger presence in markets where bamboo is one of the possible materials. At an international level, the consolidation of the R&D departments is important. Both companies have their own development and production teams with facilities locally and in China, that carry out valuable research for product development. In the future, the teams will work together to significantly increase the innovation power in the market.

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