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Reunert's CBI-electric acquires ITmatic
Tuesday, 5 July 2011

Reunert company, CBI-electric low voltage, has agreed to acquire ITmatic, a leading process control and automation systems integrator headquartered in Centurion, South Africa for an undisclosed amount. The acquisition is set to accelerate growth in Africa, Middle East and Madagascar.

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COMPETITION AUTHORITIES APPROVE REUNERT'S PURCHASE OF ECN TELECOMMUNICATIONS
Thursday, 9 June 2011

Electronics and electrical engineering company, Reunert, confirmed that the South African competition authorities yesterday unconditionally approved the acquisition of ECN Telecommunications (Pty) Ltd (“ECN”) by Reunert.

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Reunert reports 18% increase in HEPS
Tuesday, 17 May 2011

Reunert today reported a strong increase for its first six months in headline earnings per share of 18% to 262,7 cents per share. The performance was partly due to the company buying back 19,2 million or 9,7% of its shares. Normalised headline earnings per share increased 9% to 260,7 cents from 238,9 cents for the six months ended 31 March.

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Nashua Mobile moves into VoIP with EasiVoice
Tuesday, 8 March 2011

Building on Nashua Mobile´s 17 years of experience in the telecommunications industry, these new managed VoIP products and services will help companies of all sizes to drive down their telecommunications costs. The solutions offer substantial cost-savings on calls to local, international and cellular numbers

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Siemens' losses drag Reunert headline earnings down 20%
Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Johannesburg - Reunert, the electronic and electrical engineering firm, yesterday suffered a 20 percent decline in headline earnings a share for the year to September as a result of R65 million losses from its associate company, Siemens Telecommunications (Sietel).

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Reunert's five-year winning streak
Wednesday, 14 December 2011

Electronics and electrical engineering group Reunert has continued its five-year winning streak since starting its restructuring in 1997, reporting 31% earnings growth for the 2002 year.

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