ZETA Group strengthens pharmaceutical automation with acquisition of SIGMA
Michael Habenicht

The ZETA Group, internationally active general planner and plant manufacturer for the pharmaceutical and biotech industry, today announced the complete takeover of SIGMA Process & Automation GmbH. The company name and the SIGMA brand will be retained, along with the associated high quality and reliability in the field of process automation for customers worldwide.

The acquisition by ZETA offers customers numerous advantages in the field of process automation. As an established expert in this field, SIGMA now has access to a comprehensive network, resources and
expertise within the Group. This guarantees an expanded portfolio of solutions and services with short turnaround times.

Expansion of the management board

"The integration of our strengths ensures that our customers derive the greatest possible benefit from the expertise and experience of our two companies," explains Andreas Marchler, Managing Director of the ZETA Group. "Together, we offer a perfect network and are close to our customers with our comprehensive services," emphasize the three Managing Directors of SIGMA Martin Spinnler, Jochen
Hasselbach and Gerald Dollberger in unison. With the addition of Axel Thomas, a long-standing SIGMA employee, to the management team, the company is relying on an experienced and competent team to further expand ZETA and SIGMA's market position in the field of process automation and digitalization.

Comprehensive network

The combined expertise of ZETA and SIGMA is now available to all customers. A strong network of over 300 specialists in the fields of process automation and digitalization is available. In the DACH region, the comprehensive automation expertise can be found at 11 locations in the immediate vicinity of important industrial centers at
. "The message to the market is clear: there is no way around ZETA and SIGMA when it comes to customer-specific automation solutions - from stand-alone control systems to comprehensive
process control systems," explain the three Managing Directors Martin Spinnler, Jochen Hasselbach and Gerald Dollberger in unison.

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