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Theuma acquires majority in Anywaydoors

05.02.2021 − 

Theuma has acquired a majority stake in the manufacturer Anywaydoors and its B2B online platform Portapivot. According to a statement, the Dries family - founders of Anywaydoors and Portapivot - will retain a stake in the company and continue to occupy operational positions. Rudi Dries will in future act as Chief Innovation Officer at a group level and Koen Dries will continue to manage Portapivot’s e-commerce business. Peter le Roy is the CEO of the Theuma Group.

Anywaydoors was founded in 1995 and produces interior doors, pivoting doors, sliding doors, glass doors, glass partitions and frames. The company has a flagship store at its headquarters and otherwise sells its products via retailers in Belgium, the Netherlands, Germany and Luxembourg. Pivoting door systems are sold globally through Portapivot. Approximately 30 persons are employed in total across both companies.

Theuma manufactures functional interior doors made from wood as well as frames made from wood and steel at its two factory locations in Bekkevoort and Nijkerk (Netherlands) and employs 250 persons. Production volume is stated to be approximately one million doors per year. The sales territory covers Belgium, the Netherlands, France and Great Britain. Since April 2019, Theuma has belonged to private equity company M80 Partners, based in Brussels.

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