MAX Automation SE

  • WKN: A2DA58
  • ISIN: DE000A2DA588
  • Land: Deutschland

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MAX Automation SE: Supervisory Board decides to terminate investment agreement with joint venture partner Roger Liujie in China

MAX Automation SE / Key word(s): Strategic Company Decision
MAX Automation SE: Supervisory Board decides to terminate investment agreement with joint venture partner Roger Liujie in China

19-Sep-2019 / 17:53 CET/CEST
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MAX Automation SE: Supervisory Board decides to terminate investment agreement with joint venture partner Roger Liujie in China

Dusseldorf, 19 September 2019 - The Supervisory Board of MAX Automation SE has decided to terminate the investment agreement with joint venture partner Roger Liujie in China. Furthermore, the Supervisory Board is considering to take legal action against Roger Liujie up to the extent of a complete reversal of the transaction based on the investment agreement dated February 2018. As a result, the acquisition of the majority stake in the Chinese engineering company Shanghai Cisens Automation Co, Ltd. would be retransferred. In February 2018, the business operations of Shanghai Cisens Automation Co., Ltd. were transferred in the form of an asset deal to a new company, MAX Automation (Shanghai) Co., Ltd., in which the MAX Group holds 51% and the founder and CEO Roger Li Liujie holds 49% of the shares.

Contact:
Katja Redweik
Head of Corporate Development/IR
MAX Automation SE
Tel.: +49 - 211 - 9099 144
katja.redweik@maxautomation.com
www.maxautomation.com

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