New owner claims it will safeguard thousands of jobs after 'challenging period of transition' for Getronics
Getronics has sold up to British private equity house GSH Private Capital in a deal worth €200m. The investment firm claims that the takeover will safeguard thousands of jobs across Europe, Asia Pacific and Latin America following "a challenging period of transition" for Getronics. GSH was previously a minority shareholder in Getronics. It claims the IT services firm has annual revenues of €300m and a 4,000-strong team serving some 2,000 customers globally. The Amsterdam-HQ global IT...
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