CCTV and IP video specialist Norbain has continued its acquisition spree, today announcing a deal for fellow distributor Blue Helix.
Crawley-based Blue Helix distributes fibre-optic and copper networking for a range of purposes including datacentres, compute networking and telecoms.
News of the deal – for an undisclosed amount – follows Norbain's acquisition of IT infrastructure and cable management distie CMS in December.
Colin Ryall, managing director of Blue Helix, said: "We are delighted to become a part of Norbain Holdings. We share many core values with our new sister companies, including our commitment to providing customers with a fantastic range of products, coupled with industry-leading service and in-depth technical knowledge.
"This is an extremely positive move for the company and we are excited by the opportunities this will offer ourselves, our suppliers and our customers."
Reading-based Norbain was rescued from administration by Newbury Investments in 2012.
Nigel Palmer, CEO of Newbury Investments, said: "Blue Helix is a highly valued addition to the group. It can now offer customers the most comprehensive range of fire detection, IT infrastructure, security and networking products on the market."
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