• 16 August 2012
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  • By Prerna Sharma

Ingram Micro Joins hand with Aptec

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Ingram Micro announced it is broadening its geographic reach into the Middle East and North Africa with the signing of a definitive agreement to acquire certain IT businesses of Dubai-based Aptec Holdings Ltd.

Aptec is a value-added distributor in the Middle East, Turkey and North Africa, with products and solutions covering data center, storage, security, networking, and software categories, including technical services.

The acquisition is expected to contribute more than $250 mn in revenue to Ingram Micro on an annual basis and is expected to close before the end of the third quarter of 2012, subject to the satisfaction of certain closing conditions.

Dr. Ali Baghdadi, founder and chief executive officer of Aptec, will lead the acquired operations reporting to Shailendra Gupta, senior executive vice president and president, Ingram Micro Asia-Pacific.

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