EET Europarts has acquired Pro-Vision Distribution for the firm's focus on CCTV and access control equipment.
Pro-Vision is an authorised distributor for over 60 brands and EET has earmarked the deal as sharpening its surveillance and security focus.
"I am very excited to announce the acquisition of Pro-Vision. The company has an excellent reputation in the CCTV and security marketplace with vendors such as Bosch, Pelco, Panasonic, Idis and Hanwha Samsung," said Simon Smith (pictured centre), managing director of EET Europarts in the UK.
"This acquisition brings a very strong sales and support team, giving customers the specialist knowledge and support needed to supply them with the correct solution.
"The acquisition of Pro-Vision also strengthens the product offering and sales expertise to existing EET customers of CCTV and security products."
Bo Ørbjerg, business line director, surveillance and security at EET Group said: "With the acquisition of Pro-Vision we strengthen our position within the surveillance and security area significantly.
"We will now be able to provide our customers with an even better product portfolio and achieve our ambition of being the preferred distribution partner in Europe."
With the acquisition, EET Europarts will take over a team of more than 20 employees from Pro-Vision.
"Since 2005 when Brian Munday and I started the company, we have endeavoured to grow the business in a professional manner with a level of service that complemented the world-class manufacturers we represent," said Peter Ford (pictured on the right), managing director of Pro-Vision.
"We look forward to bringing to EET Europarts our market knowledge, experience and sales skills. We will, of course, keep the same partnership relationships with our suppliers and I feel confident that jointly, we are ready to gain significant market share going forward as an integral part of an ambitious and successful company."
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