Japan's Anritsu makes its Danish division Nettest into global spearhead  

2006.07.14
Japan's Anritsu which last year acquired the Danish test equipment producer Nettest for DKK 440 m, is now planning to make a Nettest competence area into its most important global focus for growth

Japan's Anritsu which last year acquired the Danish test equipment producer Nettest for DKK 440 m (USD 74.8 m), is now planning to make a Nettest competence area into its most important global focus for growth. Hiromichi Toda, CEO of Anritsu, last week visited Nettest in Brøndby close to Copenhagen to inform the Danish staff of Anritsu's strategy.

Hiromichi Toda says: "We acquired Nettest less than a year ago, and now we are establishing a global division which will promote the particular strength of Nettest – service agreements with large telecom operators."

From the previous focus on developing and selling test equipment, Anritsu now aims to offer a full service on the new generation of network. "It is a new type of business to us, and we have to learn a lot from the Danish division and create a new model from it. By making the division into an independent global unit, it will be easier for us at headquarters to maintain the focus on this business unit," says Mr. Toda.

Anritsu expects over time that its new focus on service agreements will play a significant role in the company's strategy to become the world's leading test equipment producer. The news was reported by financial daily newspaper Børsen.

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