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Hexatronic extends its strategic supply partnership with Chorus

Hexatronic extends its strategic supply partnership with Chorus

Hexatronic extends its strategic supply partnership with Chorus in signing a new 5-year supply agreement

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Hexatronic NZ Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of Hexatronic Group AB, has extended its strategic partnership with Chorus Ltd. in signing a new 5-year supply agreement. Hexatronic has been a supplier to Chorus since 2016 having a production facility in Wellington. The agreement covers the supply of end to end passive fibre optic solutions including fiber optic cables, micro duct etc. Chorus is one of the largest customers to the Hexatronic Group.

Chorus is New Zealand’s largest telecommunications infrastructure company. It maintains and builds networks made up of local telephone exchanges, cabinets, and copper and fiber cables. Today Chorus continues its long heritage of building and looking after New Zealand’s fixed line telecommunications network for both present and future generations.

“We are delighted and proud to continue our partnership with Chorus in collectively delivering better broadband to NZ. Although backed globally through the Hexatronic Group, we are truly local and therefore primed to continue to deliver innovative product capability and knowledge to drive better efficiencies for Chorus’ build programs into the future”, says John Witkowski, Hexatronic NZ Ltd. Chief Executive Officer.

Wellington, November 12, 2019
Henrik Larsson Lyon
CEO Hexatronic Group


For more information, please contact:
Henrik Larsson Lyon, CEO Hexatronic Group, +46 706 50 34 00

This is information that Hexatronic Group AB is obliged to make public pursuant to the EU Market Abuse Regulation. The information was submitted for publication, through the agency of the contact person set out above, at 08.30 CET on November 12 2019.

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