According to Summa, the merged businesses will continue as before and will complement each other in order to offer customers even better solutions.
CadCam’s main markets are soft signage, garment, and garment embellishment, with major customers in the automotive, solar panels, sportswear, and footwear industries.
The acquisition also includes CadCam’s subsidiary, GS UK Ltd. According to Summa, it is an important UK distributor and test center of CCT equipment. GS also has a strong relationship with the textile industry, Summa says, which will present a lot of opportunities to further grow its garment and garment embellishment business.
“We have seen a substantial growth in Summa in recent years and the acquisition of CCT is a real milestone for us,” says Erwin Vandousselaere, CEO of Summa. “The complementarity with Summa is remarkable, at which CCT is very innovative and experienced in the garment industry. Together we will be stronger to achieve further growth.”