Takeover Chaintec Group by House Of Talents!
House of Talents has just finalised its takeover of Chaintec Group. Chaintec Group is a leading staffing company for outsourcing technical staff. This takeover confirms House of Talents’ ambition to continue growing, marking its entry into the technical industry.
Since it was founded in 2004, Chaintec Group, which consists of Chaintec and EngiPro, has been a leading and rapidly growing player in the outsourcing of technical staff.
Chaintec provides experienced A1 and A2 technical specialists (i.e. technicians and work planners with a bachelor level degree or secondary school qualification) for the repair and maintenance of machinery and installations in countless companies of all sizes. EngiPro is a staffing partner specialising in the outsourcing of engineering professionals with the goal of providing technical support to companies in realising multidisciplinary projects.
Chaintec Group’s customers can be found in every sector: food, chemistry, air conditioning, construction and so on. Chaintec Group currently has 175 employees. “We offer our consultants challenging projects with customers on an ongoing basis”, explains Managing Director Mario Delemarre.
Steve Rousseau, the CEO of House of Talents, is proud of this extension to the group. “Chaintec Group is an ambitious company that places the emphasis on quality and customer focus. The market for outsourcing technical staff has been experiencing strong growth for years. This was a gap in the services offered by House of Talents up to now.”
Chaintec Group is the second takeover already since Sofindev took a stake in House of Talents in December 2016. “This takeover fits perfectly into the strategy of achieving a healthy balance between organic growth and an active acquisition policy.”
Co-shareholders Mario Delemarre and Ariane Pourveur have participated in the capital once again, and continue to be responsible for the general running of the company. “We are convinced that we will find the necessary support at House of Talents to consolidate our exponential growth over the coming years.”
House of Talents was set up in 2008 by Steve Rousseau and is currently made up of nine different companies: Sales Talents, Care Talents, Financial Talents, HR Talents, Executive Talents, Next-ICT, BTS Food, Arcq and Chaintec Group. The group employs more than 850 specialists in various niche markets and expects to make a consolidated turnover of more than € 60,000,000 in 2017.