Oerlikon acquires Coeurdor in expansion to luxury goods market

June 1, 2021

Oerlikon, Pfäffikon, Switzerland, has announced the successful acquisition of Coeurdor, a full-service provider of components for the luxury goods industry with headquarters in Maîche, France, and further production facilities in Italy and Portugal employing a skilled workforce of over 220 employees.

“With this acquisition, we are expanding our offering and foothold in the luxury goods market,” stated Dr Markus Tacke, CEO of Oerlikon Surface Solutions Division. “Coeurdor’s creativity, agility and fast turnaround to meet the needs of customers in the highly demanding luxury market are strong additions to what we offer today in the high-end deco market.”

Coeurdor is a well-established brand, providing design services, manufacturing and PVD or sustainable electroplated coating of metallic components to world-leading luxury brands. The company’s accessories form parts of leather bags, belts, watches and other luxury goods.

“Robert Jeambrun will remain General Manager of Coeurdor and will further grow the business by leveraging Oerlikon’s global footprint and leading technologies. Combining our know-how, we can extend our technology leadership in the luxury and high-end deco market with a full range of high-quality surface coatings on all kinds of metals, alloys and polymers,” added Tacke.

“As a family business built on a strong tradition of fine craftsmanship, meticulous work and rigorous quality assurance, this is an excellent next step for Coeurdor to expand globally,” commented Jeambrun. “As an Oerlikon company, we can gain access to other segments of the luxury goods market worldwide. We also see huge potential in using Oerlikon’s leading surface technologies, such as PVD, and its digitalisation and 3D printing capabilities to find advanced coating and Luxury 4.0 solutions like big data analysis, flexible manufacturing and mass customisation for the luxury market.”



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