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Sale of Creabeton Matériaux SA in Switzerland

18 May 2021

The Vicat group announces that its Swiss subsidiary Vigier Holding SA has concluded the sale of Creabeton Matériaux SA to the Müller Steinag Holding group, based in Switzerland.

Creabeton Matériaux SA, specializing in the prefabrication of concrete products, with a workforce of nearly 380 employees, achieved a turnover of 91 million Swiss francs in 2020. Vigier Holding SA retains its Rail activity, with critical size in this specific sector.

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