Bosch, a global technology company, has announced a strategic realignment of its Building Technologies business unit. The focus will now be on regional system integration, offering solutions and services for building security, energy efficiency, and building automation. As part of this realignment, Bosch plans to sell the majority of its product business within the Building Technologies sector, including video systems, access control systems, intrusion alarm systems, and communication systems. They are actively seeking a buyer to acquire these three product areas, along with their employees and locations.
Bosch aims to become a global leader in building technology integration
Bosch aims to become one of the global leaders in building technology system integration through the realignment of Building Technologies. By capitalizing on the significant growth opportunities in this market, the company plans to position itself as a brand-independent system integrator. This strategic decision involves consolidating resources and focusing on system integration as the core business.
Christian Fischer, deputy chairman of the management board at Bosch, emphasizes the strategic importance of the company’s decision to focus on becoming a global leader in building technology system integration. By consolidating their resources and prioritizing system integration as their core business, Bosch aims to capitalize on the significant growth opportunities in the market and position themselves as a brand-independent integrator of energy and building solutions.
Bosch confident in finding buyer to strengthen and expand business
Bosch is confident in finding a buyer who will take over all three product areas of Building Technologies and further strengthen and expand the business. The President of Bosch Building Technologies, Thomas Quante, emphasizes the favorable conditions for a sustainable development through a new owner: “The product business has excellent conditions for future development with innovative products, highly skilled employees, and a market environment with attractive growth opportunities.
Bosch Building Technologies positions itself as a global system integrator
Following the realignment, Bosch Building Technologies will have a presence in eight countries, with approximately 7,600 employees across 40 locations. With its comprehensive range of energy and building solutions, the company is strategically positioned as a brand-independent system integrator. This enables Bosch Building Technologies to capitalize on the opportunities presented by digitalization and the growing customer demand for integrated, intelligent, and cross-domain solutions in the areas of building security, energy efficiency, and building automation.
Bosch Building Technologies is positioning itself as a leading provider in the field of building technology through its realignment towards system integration. This strategic change allows the company to take advantage of the opportunities presented by the rapidly growing market and establish itself as a brand-independent system integrator. The fact that Bosch is actively searching for a suitable buyer for its product business demonstrates the company’s confidence in the future prospects of this sector.
Bosch Building Technologies is well-positioned for successful growth in its product business, thanks to its innovative products, highly skilled employees, and a market environment with ample potential. With the increasing digitization and rising demand for integrated solutions in building security, energy efficiency, and building automation, the company is poised to benefit from these trends. The solid foundation and favorable conditions make Bosch Building Technologies a reliable and forward-thinking player in the industry.