In July, Hansen Transmission International’s major shareholders Suzlon and Ecofin agreed the sale of the Belgian company to German engineering firm ZF Friedrichshafen for £444.8 million.
Suzlon's stake was valued at £115 million.
ZF now has a 96% share of the company and intends to remove it from the London Stock Exchange.
Hansen's current 7.6GW/year manufacturing capacity will add to ZF's 3GW in the US to give a total output capability of around 11GW a year.
The sale of Hansen Transmissions follows its €75 million disposal of its industrial gearbox division last year and comes as Suzlon looks to complete its acquisition of 100 per cent of the shares in Repower.