The new owner of IT rentals specialist Hamilton Rentals has cited European expansion and investment in new products as key priorities.
Canada-based IT asset management specialist Xchange Technology Group acquired Hamilton earlier this month in an all-share transaction.
Jeff McFarlane, chief executive of Xchange, said the deal was part of its wider plans to increase its global footprint.
"Once the integration is complete, we should have everything in place to launch [Hamilton] in Western Europe in the second half of this year," he explained.
He revealed that Xchange is also investing in the expansion of Hamilton's product portfolio, with particular emphasis on its Apple, IBM and Lenovo offerings.
"The product mix is complementary to what we offer our North American customers, and will give Hamilton the scope to grow in the UK and beyond," he added.
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