- Interexport delivers communications managed and support services for public safety, government and enterprise customers across Chile
- Acquisition brings a proven network and service delivery platform to expand and diversify Motorola Solutions’ Managed & Support Services business
- The company’s first acquisition in Latin America demonstrates its commitment to the region
Motorola Solutions has been a long-term communication partner with Interexport in Chile. This acquisition builds on Motorola Solutions proven track record of delivering, managing and operating large-scale and complex public safety networks around the world.
“Acquiring Interexport helps us deliver on our strategy to drive growth for our global Managed & Support Services business,” said Greg Brown, chairman and CEO of Motorola Solutions. “We will build on Interexport’s proven network and service delivery platform to expand and diversify our Managed & Support Services business in Chile and throughout Latin America.”
“Interexport has invested significantly in the development of a secure, resilient and interoperable network for our Chilean customers,” said Nicolas Anastassiou, president of Interexport, which was founded in 1953 by Raul Rojas Baltra. “Our customers will continue to benefit from the high-quality service they have come to expect while adding new expertise from Motorola Solutions, the global leader in mission-critical communications.”
Motorola Solutions expects Interexport to add approximately $50 million in revenue for 2017. The terms of the transaction were not disclosed.
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