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HellermannTyton strengthens connectivity range with gabo acquisition

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Network infrastructure solutions provider, HellermannTyton is to acquire German manufacturer of micro duct systems, gabo Systemtechnik (gabocom).

The purchase is designed to add considerable strength to HellermannTyton’s Connectivity product range. This, in-turn will help to enable international growth and the development of new market opportunities. The gabocom product range complements HellermannTyton’s suite of global cable management solutions, delivering further strength and opportunity to the wider business.

Matthew Hunter, connectivity managing director at HellermannTyton commented: ‘By bringing the product solutions of both HellermannTyton and gabocom together, not only can we offer comprehensive, market leading connectivity solutions to the fibre optical sector, but HellermannTyton can increase its international footprint with accelerated growth in both new and existing markets.’

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