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ANT Telecom 'sees orders triple in Q1 2013'

12 April 2013

ANT Telecom, bespoke communication solutions provider, reports excellent growth performance in the first quarter of 2013. The company experienced three times as many orders in hand going into 2013 compared to the previous year.

Additionally, the overall order entry, turnover and profit were on target for January 2013, with this success expected to continue throughout the year. The figures bring to the fore ANT’s commitment to delivering high standard services tailored to the needs of each business on an individual basis.

Klaus Allion and Paul Smith Managing Directors at ANT Telecom, comment, “We are delighted with the results for Q1 and this is a testament to the team’s hard work, dedication and customer service. We would also like to thank our customers for their business and continued support.”

ANT Telecom aims to continue to increase business by maintaining the high standards of service that ensure it can stand out from competitors and allow the provision of effective business communication tools to its varied customer base.

Allion comments, “The corporate expansion plans for ANT Telecom include increasing the business by 30% over the next three years, with 10% growth year on year till the end of 2015. We feel this is a realistic target and I am confident we have the team and skill sets to deliver and continue to be successful.”

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