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ABB宣布收购西门子低压NEMA电机业务

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ABB扩大其低压NEMA电机产品组合,进一步确立其在该领域的领先地位

兑现了ABB拓展新市场和扩大市场份额的承诺

在墨西哥建立生产基地,以支持未来的发展

预计收购将在2年内为ABB运动控制业务带来利润增长点


瑞士苏黎世8月11日消息——ABB今天宣布已签署了收购西门子低压NEMA电机业务的协议。该公司在墨西哥瓜达拉哈拉设有生产基地,此次收购为ABB提供了备受赞誉的产品系列、北美的长期客户群以及经验丰富的运营、销售和管理团队。该业务雇员约600人,2021年收入约为6300万美元。该交易的财务条款没有披露,交易预计将在2023年第二季度完成。


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该收购是ABB运动控制业务盈利增长战略的一部分,它将使NEMA电机部门增强其产品供应,扩大其供应链关系,并改善对其北美客户群的支持。同时通过本地生产和销售,有机会更好地支持墨西哥的客户。ABB希望从已确定的协同效应中获益,并利用研发专长、供应链关系和市场准入,使合并后的产品组合充分发挥其全部潜力。


“这次收购为ABB的NEMA电机部门创造了巨大的价值,” ABB运动控制事业部总裁梅塔(Tarak Mehta)表示。“在北美,特别是墨西哥投资业务和开拓销售机会将使这一业务在2年内成为ABB运动控制业务的利润增长点。”


“我们一直很欣赏这些电机的质量和设计,”ABB NEMA电机部门总裁Jesse Henson补充说。“现在我们见到了它们背后的领导团队,我更有信心,我们一起可以使我们的合并业务发展得比我们中任何一方都快。我们期待着将西门子低压NEMA电机产品组合加入我们现有的ABB和葆德Reliance工业电机产品中。”


全球NEMA电机行业的规模约为27亿美元,包括主要在北美使用的工业电机。NEMA电机是食品饮料、石油和天然气、采矿和集料、水和废水等行业以及空气、液体和设备输送应用中运行设备的重要部件。


以下为英文新闻稿:

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ABB to acquire Siemens low voltage NEMA motor business


Zurich, Switzerland | 2022-08-11


  • ABB expands its low voltage NEMA motor portfolio to further establish itself as a leader in that segment

  • Delivers on ABB’s promise to expand into new markets and profitably grow market share

  • Established manufacturing operations in Mexico to support future growth

  • Acquisition expected to be margin accretive to the ABB Motion business within 24 months


ABB announced today it has signed an agreement to purchase Siemens’ low voltage NEMA motor business. With manufacturing operations in Guadalajara, Mexico, this acquisition provides a well-regarded product portfolio, a longstanding North American customer base, and an experienced operations, sales, and management team. The business employs around 600 people and generated revenues of approximately $63 million in 2021. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed. The transaction is expected to close in the second quarter of 2023.


This transaction is part of the Motion business area’s profitable growth strategy, and it will allow the NEMA motors division to enhance its product offering, expand its supply chain relationships, and improve support to its North American customer base. It also offers the opportunity to better support the customers in Mexico with local manufacturing and sales. ABB expects to benefit from identified synergies, and to use the R&D expertise, supply chain relationships, and market access to bring the combined portfolio to its full potential.


“This bolt-on acquisition creates strong value for ABB’s NEMA motors division,” said Tarak Mehta, President ABB Motion. “Investing in the business and opening up sales opportunities in North America and especially Mexico will allow this business to be margin accretive to the ABB Motion business within 24 months.”


“We have long appreciated the quality and design of these motors,” Jesse Henson, President of ABB’s NEMA motors division, added. “Now that we have met the leadership team behind them, I am even more confident that together we can grow our combined businesses faster than either of us could alone. We look forward to adding the Siemens low voltage NEMA motor portfolio to our existing offering of ABB and Baldor-Reliance® industrial electric motors.”


The global NEMA motor industry, roughly $2.7 billion in size, comprises industrial electric motors primarily used within North America. NEMA motors are essential components used to run equipment in industries such as food and beverage, oil and gas, mining & aggregate, and water & wastewater and in applications like those which move air, liquids, and units.


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