Stanton Bonna starts a new chapter in its history

Posted: Friday 14th May 2021

The organisation is changing name and company to become part of SATEBA a European specialist of concrete sleepers and infrastructure. SATEBA employs 1,000 people in ten countries and generates annual sales of 200 million euros.

Officially from Monday 12th April 2021 Stanton Bonna became Stanton Precast Limited (a company of SATEBA).

SATEBA is the result of a split from Consolis and will now be owned by TowerBrook Capital Partners, a private equity investment fund (unlisted) with BCorp, a certification which recognizes companies that integrate sustainable objectives into their business model to reduce the impact of their activities on the community and the environment.

This association with TowerBrook testifies SATEBA's desire to build a responsible and sustainable growth strategy materialized by its key role in the most ecological transport sector, rail, its commitment to reducing environmental impact including the search for more ecological concrete and cements and the commitment to customers to offer them sustainable solutions that will develop in the world of infrastructure.

SATEBA is the European leader in its sector, and supplies to all the main European networks. It offers a wide range of products, innovative technologies and close working relationship with customers, providing solutions for the entire rail sector: high-speed trains, subways, commuter trains, trams. Stanton Precast will continue as one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of drainage and highways solutions while taking advantage of the specialist knowledge and support of the group with precast concrete rail products.

Benoit Cattin-Martel, the CEO of SATEBA, acclaims, “this is the start of a new adventure driven by the commitment of our teams, our technological expertise and our close working relationship with all the railway operators to progress our responsibility to sustainable development, passenger safety and growth.”

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