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ANT Telecom

Unit 5, The Courtyard
Meadowbank, Furlong Road
Bourne End
United Kingdom

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Most recent articles relating to ANT Telecom;

Risk management in a time of 'lone danger'

In the era of the Lone Danger - what risks are workers and businesses exposed to? Paul Smith, managing director, ANT Telecom, explains.


Contract Round-Up: A Collection of Recent Contracts in the FM Sector

Several new contracts and contract renewals including the Gherkin and Principle Cleaning, Eurotunnel and ANT telecom, and Orbit Heart of England and Willmott Dixon


ANT Telecom announces expansion in Britain with new Scottish office in Glasgow

ANT Telecom has opened its second UK office based in Glasgow and has appointed two further members of staff. Sheila Gilbertson has been appointed as area sales manager and Craig Murney as field project engineer for Scotland as part of ANT Telecom’s continued expansion and ongoing growth strategy.


ANT Telecom 'sees orders triple in Q1 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.


Lonza selects ANT Telecom to provide lone worker system

Supplier to life science industries, Lonza has selected ANT Telecom to provide a tailored lone worker VoWiFi system to be used within its UK facility


Protecting Lone Workers?

Flexible and off site working are increasingly the norm in the FM sector, putting the issue of protecting workers troughout their working day at the forefront for employers, as Chris Potts explains