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Investment date
August 2016
Business Services
Sales 2022
Number Of Employees
Markus Glaser-Gallion (CEO)
Christian Geißler (CFO)
Markus Hucko (COO)
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Key events since Triton's investment
  • Supported the companies in rebranding
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A leading global service specialist for factories across the entire life cycle and related infrastructure

Leadec was acquired by Triton Fund IV in August 2016

The Leadec Group, previously known as Voith Industrial Services, is a leading global service specialist for factories across the entire life cycle and related infrastructure. The company is headquartered in Stuttgart and employs about 20,000 people worldwide. In 2021 Leadec earned sales of around EUR 940 million. For more than 60 years, Leadec has been supporting its customers along the entire production supply chain. The service provider is based at more than 300 sites, often directly at the customers’ plants and facilities.

Leadec’s global services comprise: Engineer (consulting and engineering), Install (electrical installation, automation, disassembly and reassembly), Maintain (production equipment maintenance and technical cleaning), Support (facility management and internal logistics) as well as other local services. The services are provided either in projects or permanently on-site at the customer's premises.

As technology is revolutionizing the factory, numerous players make factories smart. Leadec is a neutral partner, from a tech and machine perspective, and plugs into everyone’s ecosystem. The internal Smart Factory Group develops digital service offerings and functions as a platform for intensive exchange, also with external technology partners. Leadec helps customers digitize their production processes and make the best use of the opportunities of Industry 4.0. The company continuously explores the development of new technologies to make them applicable to their daily service processes. They look for new technologies which create a value-add for our customers and seek to offer them in a service model (e.g. AGVs).