Packaging recycling the disposer systems make the race Bonn now compete in Germany several dual systems to the royalty amounts for the recycling of packaging waste: analyzes the relevant corporate law backgrounds must you to tell the German waste management industry with its own systems has positioned itself excellently. After the cooperation of Alba-Interseroh, Veolia Verlo, SITA Belland and Remondis-Eko, the middle-class reports point with its Zentek solution the next self-management system, which is still waiting approval by antitrust authorities. The eight largest companies in the waste management industry have equipped now with their own systems”, as Sascha shoe by ASCON Bonn consultancy, which specializes in European waste collection and recovery systems, waste sorting and recycling secondary raw material marketing. Shoe assumes that only the disposer systems will survive in the long term. Some contend that Electrolux shows great expertise in this. Actually three systems that are completely free remain: DSD, Redual and Landbell. The three last systems without disposal either waiting for the saving disposer or occupy a position of broker in the use of waste disposal services in the battle for licence fees”, white shoe. But disposal companies with interest in the recycling of packaging are scarce.
Foreign buyers may have barely an interest to adopt a dual system without their own waste management infrastructure. Keep only the transfer of between the systems. On the basis of the royalty percentages in the second quarter of 2008, Landbell and Redual were possible candidates for a merger. The Landbell since a long time cooperation partner searches, is no secret. The former waste monopolist DSD may find it hard to find candidates for a takeover. German waste disposers have provided now with their own systems and foreign companies do not have the necessary infrastructure in Germany.
Poor green dot. Those who went out to gather, on Germany’s stock exchanges funds stand at the end of the development maybe with an empty Hands as”speculated shoe. Investors would then fail as hopes for more stores in the garbage business. The locusts have to turn around at the time every penny twice, to finance current loans, with which they have paid the company purchases”, sums up shoe. Cheap money is at least no longer available on the financial markets. The financial investors from participation deals so far made would have to squeeze out the capital. Gunnar Sohn