WESTFA hands its solar business over to Consolar

On 1 July 2013, the German company WESTFA GmbH will be transferring their solar business to Consolar Solare Energiesysteme GmbH, also from Germany. WESTFA will be focusing on its core business with liquid gas in the future.

WESTFA has long been an associate and shareholder of Consolar. "We have been working in partnership with Consolar since 2007," says Oliver Nehring, Managing Director of WESTFA. "Our cooperation provides a good foundation for the transfer."

WESTFA itself does not manufacture collectors and has purchased them from Consolar up till now. This means that the transfer will not cause any significant changes for customers. Both companies will continue to cooperate with each other after the transfer. Consolar is active on the German market as well as in other European countries, and sells its products in Belgium, England, France, Greece, Italy, Luxembourg, Austria, Switzerland and Portugal.

Jan Gesthuizen

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