STULZ has announced that it has completed the acquisition of the entire shareholding of the data centre design & build specialist STULZ Technology Integration (STULZ TI).
STULZ TI was created in 2016 when STULZ entered into a joint venture and purchased a majority shareholding in Technology Space Integration (TSI). By focusing on the expanding modular data centre sector, the partnership supported the worldwide development of these types of facilities.
STULZ TI provides data centre related services and technology solutions on a global scale – ranging from small containerised solutions to vast, high power density installations suitable for high performance computing applications. The company has gained an international reputation for its ability to design, build and maintain these facilities, successfully completing installations in more than 20 countries.
As a wholly owned subsidiary, STULZ TI went through an extensive restructuring programme in order to respond even more efficiently to the needs of the market. This has ensured full integration into the STULZ Group, which provides direct access to a wide range of state-of-the-art cooling products, solutions and resources.
STULZ TI's professional services team comprises highly trained and experienced consultants that advise about all aspects of data centre design, operation and support. Utilising cutting-edge 3D design, computational fluid dynamics (CFD) modelling and computer aided design (CAD), STULZ TI specialises in four key areas – modular data centres, rapid deployment data centres, micro data centres and scalable modular data centres. These are designed and built to specific project requirements, transported and assembled on-site. By working closely with clients at every step of the process, a quality solution is configured that puts sustainability to the fore thanks to the highly efficient energy and cooling technology offered by STULZ Group.
As part of the restructure, John Mosley has been promoted to managing director of STULZ TI. He concluded, ‘This is an incredibly exciting time and I’m delighted to have the opportunity to take the company forward. As well as our proven ability to operate at the highest levels of data centre design and build, we will continue to provide a service that is agile, flexible and always meets our customers’ requirements. We also understand the needs of local markets and closer alignment with the STULZ Group means our customers will benefit from temperature and climate control solutions that set the standard in what’s possible with this type of technology.’
By acquiring the remain shareholding, STULZ Group will now be able to take STULZ TI to the next stage of its development, with the closer integration of the two organisations. .
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Founded in 1947, the STULZ company has evolved into one of the world’s leading suppliers of air conditioning technology. With the manufacture of precision air conditioning units and chillers, the sale of air conditioning and humidifying systems, and service and facility management, this division of the STULZ Group achieved sales of around 450 million euros in 2018.
Since 1974 the Group’s air conditioning business, specializing in air conditioning for data centers and telecommunications installations, has continued to expand internationally. STULZ employs 2,400 workers at 11 production sites (two in Germany, the U.S. and in China, one in Italy, the UK, Spain, Brazil and India) and 21 sales companies (in Germany, France, Italy, the UK, the Netherlands, Ireland, Mexico, Austria, Belgium, New Zealand, Poland, Brazil, Spain, China, India, Indonesia, Singapore, South Africa, Sweden, Australia, and the U.S.). The company also cooperates with sales and service partners in over 140 other countries, and therefore boasts an international network of air conditioning specialists. The STULZ Group employs around 7,200 people worldwide. Current annual sales are around 1,300 million euros.