MANAGEMENT REPORT

Company profile

ROTO is a group of companies whose core activities are Steel and steel processing, Grating technology, Surface treatment and Zinc recycling. These core activities are housed in four independent Business Units that supply their services from branches in the Netherlands, Belgium, Poland, Germany, the United Kingdom and the Czech Republic, and that focus primarily on the European market.

In 2019, ROTO sold its expanded metal production plant in France to a French manufacturer of perforated metal, thus ensuring a good future for its French employees. Expanded metal will continue to be a part of Staco's product portfolio but it will no longer be produced in-house.

Roto B.V., the ROTO holding company, supports the Business Units strategically, operationally and financially and, where synergy benefits can be achieved, Roto B.V. encourages cooperation between the Business Units. The organisational structure is clear and, partly thanks to the centralisation of activities such as financing, taxation and insurance, the Business Units can focus entirely on their core activities.

MANAGEMENT REPORT

Company profile

ROTO is a group of companies whose core activities are Steel and steel processing, Grating technology, Surface treatment and Zinc recycling. These core activities are housed in four independent Business Units that supply their services from branches in the Netherlands, Belgium, Poland, Germany, the United Kingdom and the Czech Republic, and that focus primarily on the European market.

In 2019, ROTO sold its expanded metal production plant in France to a French manufacturer of perforated metal, thus ensuring a good future for its French employees. Expanded metal will continue to be a part of Staco's product portfolio but it will no longer be produced in-house.

Roto B.V., the ROTO holding company, supports the Business Units strategically, operationally and financially and, where synergy benefits can be achieved, Roto B.V. encourages cooperation between the Business Units. The organisational structure is clear and, partly thanks to the centralisation of activities such as financing, taxation and insurance, the Business Units can focus entirely on their core activities.