Koop Watermanagement, founded in 1969, is one of the leading European providers of dewatering solutions and groundwater purification services. With its own branch network the company focuses on regional infrastructure projects in Germany and the Netherlands and selectively undertakes larger projects across Europe. As part of the group's future associated services Ko-Mats, founded in 2012, provides crane and excavator mats, which are used for the stabilisation of heavy construction machinery across diverse end-markets. With a total headcount of 140 employees at six locations (three in Germany and three in the Netherlands) and due to its comprehensive market experience completed with its excellent products, services and process know-how, KOOP is considered to be a technical market leader for high quality and customised dewatering services in Europe for a diversified and international customer base, e.g. energy and public infrastructure industry.
As part of a management buy-out, Borromin Capital Fund IV SCS, SICAV-RAIF has acquired a stake in the Koop Group. The transaction comprises Koop Watermanagement Holding B.V., headquartered in Gildehaus (Lower Saxony), as well as the Ko-Mats Group with its subsidiaries in Germany and the Netherlands.