We are delighted to announce that Keller minimal windows® has joined the AluK Group. With this acquisition, AluK intends to strengthen and expand the minimal windows® brand and reinforce its global presence in the luxury residential segment. We will leverage our R&D expertise and expand our network of approved distributors. This is an excellent fit, as it combines the solid technical expertise of an experienced minimalistic aluminum frame manufacturer with an internationally-active, medium-sized family-owned business with robust financial backing. Together ensuring a resilient supply chain infrastructure.
AluK is a global leader in the design, engineering, and distribution of aluminum windows, doors, and facades. Founded over 70 years ago, AluK is still a proudly-owned family business, which has shown steady and profitable growth over the last decade through acquisitions of smaller family-owned operations. Today AluK operates globally, in 10 countries, with its 800 employees serving 2600 customers. The company belongs to Valfidus, with headquarters in Luxembourg.
AluK is very keen to integrate the new Keller minimal windows® SA business unit and is delighted to play a central role in this successful brand story.
For more information about the AluK group, visit aluk.com.
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