Strong investor for the Thielenhaus Group – KMF Beteiligungen GmbH with considerable capital increase

The global operating Thielenhaus Group, headquartered in Wuppertal, Germany, has gained KMF-Beteiligungen GmbH as a strong strategic investor and shareholder. However, the Thielenhaus family remains the major shareholder of the family-owned company, which exists since 1909. With a considerable strengthening of its equity, the course has been set for a stable, long-term orientation.

Thielenhaus is one of the world's leading companies in the construction of special machines and is one of the innovation leaders in the field of microfinishing. In recent years, the company faced major challenges. The crisis of the automotive industry, the impacts of the Corona pandemic and the related global supply chain challenges had a strong impact on the business activities. To master these and future crises, the shareholders decided to bring in a long-term oriented partner to strengthen the company’s equity. KMF-Beteiligungen GmbH with its philosophy and specialisation, is the perfect match for the medium-sized family business.

Managing Director Dietrich W. Thielenhaus confirms KMF-Beteiligungen GmbH as this very match:  "KMF-Beteiligungen holds several investments in healthy medium-sized companies. The managing partners Dr.-Ing. Hans-Gert Mayrose and Dr.-Ing. Stefan H. Fischhuber have decades of management experience in the operational and organisational support of companies."

KMF-Beteiligungen GmbH sees Thielenhaus Group as a company with high growth potential. Dr.-Ing. Hans-Gert Mayrose: "Thielenhaus is a highly innovative company and its products perfectly fit the current demands of our time. Especially the optimisation of surfaces by the microfinish process meets the demand for reduction of energy consumption and extension of product life cycles."


The shareholders of the Thielenhaus Group were supported throughout the process by the experienced team of TMC Turnaround Management Consult GmbH and CVM Capital Value Management GmbH. The team led by project managers Kai Peppmeier and Andreas Knaup, both managing directors and managing partners of TMC and CVM, provided full support to the shareholder family during due diligence and all operational issues.