Iskratel, S&T Slovenija merger to expand service range

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European ICT vendor Iskratel has merged with S&T Slovenija to form newco, S&T Iskratel.

S&T Iskratel is a member of the Austrian Kontron Group, a fast-growing technology company, with more than €1.34bn of revenue in 2021. The new company will be led by two managing directors, Sašo Berger and Robert Kuzmič.

Kuzmič says: ‘Together we provide comprehensive offering of broadband solutions, information security, 5G and mobile private networks, IoT and cloud solutions, business-critical communications, as well as our own development of products for smart and safe communities. This is complemented by the fastest and most reliable support for various businesses as we play an important role in shaping their digital future within the Kontron Group.’

Adds Berger: ‘With our “customer-first approach”, own R&D and manufacturing centres, and highly qualified employees we meet the demands of rapidly evolving digital environments, and will exceed €150m of revenue in 2022. Our solutions play a significant role in developing a more advanced, safe, better connected and sustainable society. S&T Iskratel should be your first choice for your digitalisation journey.’

Concludes Hannes Niederhauser CEO of Kontron: ‘With more than 1,000 highly experienced employees, S&T Iskratel has not only become the largest company within Kontron Group in terms of the number of employees, but one of the leading European providers of comprehensive and highly reliable solutions for a safe, smart and digitalised future. With a clear vision of future growth and a highly experienced management team the company is set for success in the coming years.’

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