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Maintenance Partners is now part of Howden


Monday, 03 May 2021

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Howden is pleased to announce that it has acquired Maintenance Partners NV, an independent provider of aftermarket services focused on the maintenance, repair and overhaul of industrial compressors, blowers and steam turbines. The transaction closed on April 30th, 2021. Maintenance Partners is Howden’s third completed acquisition in 2021.

Headquartered in Belgium, Maintenance Partners was founded in 2001 and serves principally European and North African customers in the Industrial, Thermal Renewables and PCOG markets.

This acquisition is a further step in Howden’s strategy to provide customers with a full range of aftermarket services close to their operations. Maintenance Partners brings a strategic service centre for the Benelux market as well as augmenting Howden’s expertise in the repair and overhaul of turbomachinery for European and North African customers. The acquisition of Maintenance Partners adds to Howden’s digital maintenance solutions and global engineering expertise and will provide the combined customer base in the region with advanced solutions to maximise the performance and uptime of their critical process equipment.

I am very pleased to welcome the Maintenance Partners team to Howden. Maintenance Partners is a well-respected company that has a trusted brand and a strong reputation within the industry for quality, technical expertise and innovation. Its capabilities and services are complementary and will extend Howden’s presence in the Benelux and broader European markets.

Ross B Shuster, CEO of Howden

Wim Schefault, CEO of Maintenance Partners added: “We are delighted to become part of the Howden team. Being part of Howden will provide Maintenance Partners with significant new routes to market and provide substantial growth opportunities for the business and its people.”


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