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By | Team Register 20th June 2006 16:51

Ingram Micro captures Scandi data capture biz

'Small yet strategically significant'

Ingram Micro has completed the purchase of the assets of Symtech Nordic, a Scandinavian distributor of data capture and point of sale products. Terms are undisclosed.

Symtech's staff are to be offered positions within Ingram's three Scandi-based businesses.

According to Ingram, the acquisition represents a "small yet strategically significant entry into Europe's growing AIDC/POS, radio frequency identification (RFID) and enterprise mobility markets". And so on ...Press release here..

Ingram Micro first announced its intention to scoop up Symtech last month. ®

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