HellermannTyton acquires Höhle

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Cable management and protection product vendor, HellermannTyton has acquired Höhle, a manufacturer of microduct systems for fibre optic cables in telecoms applications.  

The purchase of Höhle is designed to strengthen HellermannTyton Connectivity’s business and further expands its customer base. According to a statement from Höhle on the company’s website, the new owners are planning a €10m investment in the expansion of the factory. The company also states that co-owner, Toomas Koobas will continue as the head of the company and that all existing jobs will be preserved.

Andrew Leyland, President at HellermannTyton says: “In addition to the acquisition of Gabocom in 2019, this further enhances HellermannTyton’s market position in the fibre broadband market.”

Adds Matthew Hunter, Managing Director at HellermannTyton Connectivity: “By increasing our manufacturing footprint and expanding our market reach, we offer comprehensive, market-leading connectivity solutions to the fibre optical sector. Excellent availability of our product offering increases the speed of deployment to both new and existing markets.”

Broadway Partners was founded in 2016 with the aim of bringing full-fibre network access to communities across Scotland and Wales (credit: Broadway Partners)

05 June 2023

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