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Growth at BUSE Group

The BUSE Group has a new family member!
A stronger focus on the highly technical and scientific market.

It’s official. After the successful acquisition and the implementation of various restructuring measures, CK Speciality Gases is now merged with the BUSE Group. To ensure that customers recognise that the company now belongs to the renowned BUSE Group, a new name is the logical next step. Under BUSE Scientific, it will immediately concentrate more intensively on the stable isotope market segment.

With the BUSE Scientific brand, the Group will be able to position and establish itself very clearly. “The BUSE Group has a long history of success and extensive expertise in the things that we do”, explains Roland Bräkling, CEO of the BUSE Group. “The integration of this sector as an independent brand, BUSE Scientific, will enable us to communicate a clear image to our customers and distinguish it from BUSE Group’s traditional business areas.”
It will also generate an even more efficient added value for potential customers in this sector. This is due to the many specialists who are concentrating on these exact requirements. “In the future, we will pursue and develop the specialist field of the stable isotope even more intensively,” Roland Bräkling explains further. “The development of the market shows us that this segment will grow and we will establish ourselves as a key player in laboratories, research institutes, universities and hospitals. And not just in Great Britain, but across Europe.”

Roland Bräkling also envisages that the BUSE Group will be able to use the BUSE Scientific division to become a central hub for special isotopic gases and gas mixes – a unique example of its kind.

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