Ampegon and PPT now forming a strong group in global scientific markets

Puls-Plasmatechnik (PPT) GmbH taken over by Parter Capital Group

Turgi, Switzerland and Dortmund, Germany; October 21, 2013. Parter Capital Group today announced that it has acquired Puls-Plasmatechnik (PPT) GmbH, a manufacturer of high voltage pulsed power systems. PPT is based in Dortmund, Germany and has been owned by two of its founder members,
Dr. Wolfgang Kaesler and Dr. Günter Böhm.

Puls-Plasmatechnik designs, manufactures and commissions pulsed klystron modulators, pulsed magnet driver systems and charging / trigger units for scientific, medical and industrial applications.

Parter Capital Group (PCG) is a private equity consultancy firm focused as an investor on traditional technology driven industries. PCG already holds with Ampegon a group of companies specialized in Scientific Applications and Radio Broadcasting markets.

Ampegon designs and delivers high power RF amplifiers, regulated high voltage modulators and power supplies (HVPS) as well as fully integrated solutions for world-class medical, industrial and research facilities.

Within the following weeks experts will discuss the merging of PPT products with Ampegon`s portfolio to create a powerful and competitive product range for prototypes as well as for small series production.

Dr. Wolfgang Kaesler, Managing Director Puls-Plasmatechnik stated: “PPT is a very solid market player with high technology reputation and has been independent for more than 25 years. We recently started cooperating with Ampegon for short pulse modulators and are now pleased to join forces under same ownership in order to develop new visions and to fulfil future market demands.”

Josef Troxler, CEO Ampegon stated: “We welcome PPT as a strong partner to expand the expertise in pulsed high voltage applications. With the addition of PPT’s knowhow Ampegon is complementing its product range and global market strength.”

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Ampegon and PPT now forming a strong group in global scientific markets