Amadys acquires Tecnolimit as a major strategic step in its development as an international provider of total connectivity solutions
06 april 2021
Amadys, leading system integrator of end-to-end connectivity solutions has acquired Tecnolimit, system supplier of fully integrated POP enclosures and racks. With this acquisition Amadys takes an important strategic step in its development as an international provider of total connectivity solutions. The acquisition fits perfectly with Amadys’ ambitious buy-and-build strategy within a strongly growing international telecom/FttX market.
Theo de Winter (Managing Director, Tecnolimit): “By joining forces with Amadys, we can better anticipate the dynamic and strongly growing international telecom market and further achieve our strategic growth ambitions. We look forward with great confidence to the future collaboration with Amadys”.
Jasper Bilsen (CSO Amadys): “With the acquisition of Tecnolimit we broaden our portfolio and strengthen our position as leading provider of total connectivity solutions. With pride and a lot of enthusiasm we welcome Tecnolimit in the Amadys group”.
Tecnolimit manufactures fully integrated POP enclosures and racks for the telecom and data centre market. From its production facilities in the Netherlands and Belgium, Tecnolimit produces end-to-end POP and rack solutions for a wide range of connectivity applications. Tecnolimit’s portfolio includes fully equipped POP enclosures and racks in materials such as concrete and aluminium for the secure and conditioned storage of telecom equipment.
Amadys is a leading system integrator of end-to-end connectivity solutions for the telecom, infrastructure, energy and data centre markets. Amadys consists of around 20 companies and is currently active in the Benelux, Germany and Denmark.
Equistone Partners Europe has been a shareholder in Amadys since 2019. Equistone is one of the largest European players for investments in medium-sized companies. It has a track record of more than 40 years, with more than 400 completed transactions. The organisation invests as a strategic partner alongside the management team.
Chief Strategy Officer
Theo de Winter