The investor process of the insolvent plant manufacturer Eisenmann has been underway for over a year now. Now the insolvency administrator Joachim Exner has sold part of the Paint and Assembly division to an investor. The investor solution achieved includes not only the entire service spare parts business but also the continuation of the project and retrofit business. "The sale not only preserves a significant part of Eisenmann's core business and technology but also 110 jobs," Exner emphasises. "Above all, it also ensures that the more than 500 Eisenmann painting systems worldwide will continue to be supplied with service and spare parts - and that this will apply to the entire product range". The buyer is the investment company Nimbus, which also has a stake in the plant manufacturer Sturm Group. The investor specialises in the takeover of companies in transitional situations. With the latest sale, it has now been possible to achieve investor solutions for five of Eisenmann's business divisions and to save a total of around 515 jobs: In August, Exner had sold the business unit "Conveyor Systems" (around 70 employees) to pentanova and the Eisenmann software subsidiary ENisco (around 50 employees) to Forcam GmbH. In January 2020 Exner sold the business operations of Eisenmann Thermal Solution GmbH & Co. KG with around 200 employees to Onejoon GmbH. The subsidiary Eisenmann intec GmbH & Co. KG, which was not affected by the insolvency, was also sold to Sames Kremlin in January, preserving around 85 jobs. Further investor discussions are underway for the "Application Technology" and "Environmental Technology" divisions.