WKB Systems GmbH starts operating as a successor company to the W+K Group

The W+K group of companies has been closed following bankruptcy proceedings. After extensive restructuring over the last three months, an investor has been found to buy the W+K group of companies. This investor will continue business with the newly established WKB Systems GmbH. With this strong partner and a focus on W+K core expertise in sand lime bricks, aerated concrete, clay bricks, forging technology and process automation, the company is able to supply customers with innovative solutions.

Sergej Nikonenko will head the company as managing director. Through his work as general director of...

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