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Bertin Technologies acquires Exensor
Bertin Technologies has acquired 100% of the share capital of Sweden-based Exensor from Verdane NVP II SPV, Marginalen Group, Erland von Hofsten Advokat and a further 16 private investors.
Exensor Technology supplies networked, rugged, unattended ground sensor systems for military and homeland security applications worldwide.
The acquisition will strengthen and expedite the strategic development of Bertin Technologies in the global instrumentation and surveillance market for defence and security applications.
Philippe Demigné, chairman of Bertin Technologies, said: ‘We are very excited to build a successful common future with Exensor, a global leader in unattended sensor networks for protection of defence forces and protection of critical infrastructures.
'Exensor is indeed very complementary to Bertin activities in this area, in terms of products and global market reach and this acquisition fully fit the strategic positioning of CNIM in those markets.’
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