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  1. Accell Group: Net profit up 21% in first half

    of the board of directors of Accell Group, noted that e-bikes account for 34 percent of overall revenue.  ...

    Posted July 24, 2015 in North America

  2. Accell Group reports increase in revenue and profits

    in 2015." Accell said over the past few months, currency exchange rates, especially for the U.S. dollar, ...

    Posted April 23, 2015 in International

  3. Accell Group hires chief supply chain officer

    the group as a whole affords, and to make our business processes smarter and more efficient. Jeroen ...

    Posted February 6, 2015 in International

  4. Accell Group sells bike brand to German buying group Z.E.G.

    will result in a profit of 3 million euros for Accell Group, on a consideration of around 20 million euros. ...

    Posted January 31, 2014 in International

  5. Accell Group N.V. buys Spanish P&A distributor Comet

    Group’s European distribution network for parts and accessories,” said René Takens, CEO of Accell Group ...

    Posted August 25, 2014 in International

  6. Accell Group expects improvements in second-half financials

    Accell North America and the Raleigh, Diamondback, Lapierre and Redline bike brands, among others.  ...

    Posted November 18, 2014 in International

  7. Ghost Marketing Lead

    within the Accell Group. You will be tasked with managing the relationship and supporting the Go-To Market efforts between REI, Accell North America and Ghost Europe. The ideal candidate will have ...

    Posted October 1, 2015

  8. Accell NA opens Haibike USA as standalone business unit

    Accell introduced Haibike just over a year ago under its electric bicycle specialty division, Currie ...

    Posted August 3, 2015 in North America

  9. Accell Group: 2014 off to a good start

    The company has been listed on the Amsterdam stock exchange since 1998. Last year, Accell Group reported ...

    Posted April 24, 2014 in International

  10. SRAM licenses X-Sync chainring design to Accell Group, Chromag

    CHICAGO (BRAIN) — SRAM has signed licensing deals with Accell Group and Chromag, allowing them to manufacturer chainrings using SRAM’s X-Sync design that they can distribute through their own channels. SRAM introduced its X-Sync thick tooth/thin tooth chainring design when ...

    Posted January 8, 2014 in Product/Tech