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Astute Electronics extends portfolio with ISMOsys acquisition

Astute Electronics have successfully acquired ISMOsys; a Pan-European representative company, well established since 1995. “ISMOsys and Astute have both achieved a truly integrated approach within the electronics industry, offering design-led distribution and representation services which bring the customer closer to the manufacturer’s full range of products and capabilities’’ [Geoff Hill]. The new President of ISMOsys, Roberto Blanco, said: “ISMOsys is now part of Astute Electronics, which is a major milestone in our evolution after more than 26yrs in the electronics market. We are now starting a new stage full of synergies and new opportunities for both companies. ISMOsys will operate…

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Restoring order post pandemic

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