Educational Service Provider Christiani Acquires Manufacturer Syno-Tec

Christiani is considered one of the global players among educational service providers in Germany. In order to strengthen the production of its own teaching systems, Christiani has acquired its long-time supplier and partner, Syno-Tec GmbH in Essen.

The Essen site with all employees and the management will be retained. In the future, Syno-Tec GmbH will continue to develop and manufacture teaching systems and training stands for automotive technology, sanitary, heating and air-conditioning technology as well as renewable energy technologies with its well-known name in the industry.

Christiani’s product management and Syno-Tec’s engineers and technicians have always worked closely together on the development of new products. “This will not change in the future,” emphasises Michael Boer, Managing Director of Syno-Tec GmbH. He adds that, on the contrary, the cooperation will be strengthened and new systems will be worked on vigorously. From wind power to hydrogen technology, from high-voltage technology to autonomous driving: every technology that needs to be trained today and in the future has the potential to be transformed into a teaching system by Christiani.

Numerous systems from Christiani are already successfully on the market and firmly established in many companies, vocational schools and training centres, whether in industrial applications of electrical/metal technology, or in the more skilled trades such as automotive technology and HVAC.

Ralf Detzel, managing director of Dr.-Ing. Paul Christiani GmbH & Co. KG explains the reasons for the acquisition of Syno-Tec GmbH:

“With the integration of Syno-Tec GmbH into the Christiani Group, we are expanding the development and production of teaching systems made in Germany. Our goal is to grow in particular in the promising educational markets of automotive technology and sanitary, heating and air conditioning technology as well as in the field of renewable energies in Germany and internationally.”