Moving up the top 25 in Lünendonk® Ranking

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Assystem Deutschland Holding GmbH has been ranked 17 in the current market-barometer; the Lünendonk® list 'Führende Anbieter von Technologie- Beratung und Engineering Services in Deutschland'. This affirms Assystem's position among the most outstanding engineering service providers in Germany.

For the fifth year in a row, Assystem Deutschland Holding GmbH has not only maintained its position within the top 25 companies in the industry, but since last year, it has successfully improved its ranking by five places. The list, released on 18 July 2011 by the renowned market research company Lünendonk GmbH in Kaufbeuren is based on turnover and staff numbers in Germany.

Although in the past year Assystem has only able to realize a slight organic growth due to the tense situation in recruiting, also having to deal with the challenging situation in capacity utilization, revenue has been stable and fluctuation kept within a narrow band. The signs of a continued positive development in business are good. A strong expansion in the area of embedded systems through this year's acquisition of Berner & Mattner, not yet included in the relevant figures for the 2010 ranking, plus additional inorganic growth opportunity, good capacity utilization and the perspective to continue development into a leading engineering supplier make Assystem optimistic about the future. In addition to Assystem's increasing status in the fields of Aerospace and Turbo Machines, the company is also on track with its progress into the areas of Electronic-/Embedded Systems, Automotive, Energy / Plant Engineering and Rail / Transportation.
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