Orange Climate, developer and producer of sustainable indoor climate systems, has reached an agreement on the acquisition of Inteco. Orange Climate thus strengthens its position in the Dutch market for climate ceilings and in other parts of Europe. Inteco supplies indoor climate solutions using climate ceilings, induction units and ceilings with Phase Change Materials (PCM). Inteco’s yearly turnover is approximately € 20 million. Orange Climate expects this turnover to grow to € 100 million.
About Orange Climate
Orange Climate (OC) is a Dutch family-owned company. It develops and produces innovative and sustainable indoor climate systems for buildings. Orange Climate consists of OC Autarkis, OC Verhulst, OC IMP Klima, OC Waterloo, OC Agri and OC Waterloo Middle East. Each with their own expertise and sales offices in Europe and worldwide. With five production locations in the Netherlands, Slovenia and the Middle East, Orange Climate is a leading international player. "With the acquisition of Inteco, we strengthen our position in Europe. This step contributes to our mission to provide the whole of Europe with a healthy and sustainable indoor climate," says William Baars, Managing Director of Orange Climate. " We expect the market for climate solutions to continue to grow in the coming years. The need for a comfortable and healthy indoor climate in buildings is increasing. As an expert in healthy air systems, with the acquisition of Inteco, we now also have the expertise and production of water-based climate ceilings in-house."
Inteco is a Dutch company with a head office and production facility in Boxtel. Inteco has been a specialist in the field of metal climate ceilings for 25 years. The in-house developed and produced climate ceilings are delivered and assembled throughout Europe. With the wide range of climate ceilings and its own test facility, Inteco responds to the needs in the market or project specifically.
Inteco was acquired by Verhulst Luchtbehandeling in 1996. With the acquisition of Verhulst by Econosto, Inteco became part of Econosto. In 2002 Inteco became independent again and with the acquisition by the Orange Climate Group, Inteco and Verhulst are back together under one umbrella. "We are complementary to each other and enthusiastic that we have found each other again. We can now serve the market even better at home and abroad", says Paul Ruijgrok, Managing Director Inteco. " We share the knowledge of production, project-based work and can further develop ourselves on innovation systems and on sustainability issues.