Very few global firms reach the very top without conducting at least a few M&A transactions. It’s no different in the automotive supply industry.
Aside from the obvious economies of scale and scope that arise from connecting multiple entities, the benefits of working with groups of companies go much further. When ADIS AUTOMOTIVE GROUP (AAG) became the owner of ADIS Tachov s.r.o. and NS KUNSTSTOFFTECHNIK - CZ, the synergies immediately spanned across the acceleration of sales, the forging of much deeper customer relationships, and the deliverance of a level of prestige that others strive for.
As the old saying goes, with M&A, one plus one equals three!
With an increased market share, the AAG structure further expands the comprehensive product visibility and offering of plastic components into the auto world and provides further opportunities for new and shared customers. This diversification of risk and optimization of resources is a clever way to offer the best in class within your niche and create a new level of excellence.
Led by two behemoths of the injection molding landscape, investors and sixsigma black belts Jeremy Svoboda and Marc Ammerlaan believe that the current setup is just the start. Marc explained: “We believe the Adis Automotive Group lean platform and its jit principles can be further leveraged across other future acquisitions, growing our brand and critically, strengthening our presence and exposure in the European and global plastics market”.
Based on the concept of JIT and zero defect, AAG now operates more than 65 injection molding machines with clamping forces ranging from 5 to a whopping 1200 tons. Combine this extraordinary range of technical prowess with an array of value-add services also offered and it's apparent to see why they are a big draw for the best talent in the industry.
If you’re looking for fast turnaround, exceptional quality, unparalleled communication, and knowledge of injection molding that’s unrivaled, look no further than AAG.