ECS Buys GADC Networks

£25 million revenues

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ECS, the UK subsidiary of French reseller giant GFI Informatique, has bought GADC Networks, a rival networking systems integrator for an undisclosed sum. The group now has UK revenues of more than £25 million a year and a British staff head count of 150. No jobs will be lost in the takeover.

The new organisation will continue to trade from all the offices of both companies in London, Milton Keynes, Lichfield, Warrington and Cumbernauld.

The company says that "further acquisitions by GFI/ECS are expected". ®

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