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Hella sells its shares in Mando Hella Electronics JV

Hella says that intends to intensify direct business with South Korean customers and serve them from its own network on a global basis. Therefore, an expansion of its own activities in the country is planned.

Automotive supplier Hella says it intends to sell its 50% share in the South Korean joint venture Mando HELLA Electronics (MHE) to Mando. The two partners have now signed a corresponding agreement. The transaction is expected to close in the first quarter of calendar year 2021, with the price being around EUR 60 million. With the sale of the joint venture shares, lighting and electronics expert Hella is continuing its active portfolio management. "We have worked very successfully with Mando in South Korea over the last twelve years and have further strengthened our position in the very important South Korean market," says Hella CEO Dr. Rolf Breidenbach, in a press release. "To meet the growing demands of South Korean customers even better with regard to global coverage, and to give them access to our entire product range, especially in the areas of electrification and autonomous driving, we will now further push our direct business based on our global development and production network. In this context, we will also gradually expand our own activities in South Korea." The joint venture Mando HELLA Electronics, based in Incheon, South Korea, was founded in 2008. The product range includes components such as driver assistance systems, sensors, brake control systems, steering control systems. Customers include in particular South Korean car manufacturers and system suppliers. In fiscal year 2019/2020, the joint venture generated sales of around EUR 480 million with 1'300 employees at four locations.
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