Norwich firm Comm-Tech buys Great Yarmouth business Fine Line Communications

Comm-Tech managing director Justin Millar. Picture: Comm-Tech

Comm-Tech managing director Justin Millar. Picture: Comm-Tech - Credit: Comm-Tech

A communications and telecoms group has snapped up a Norfolk rival as it targets continued growth.

Comm-Tech Voice & Data, based in King Street, Norwich, has acquired Great Yarmouth's Fine Line Communications in an undisclosed-terms deal.

The agreement will see both firms continue to trade under their own brands while sharing resources as part of Comm-Tech's parent Conrad Global Group, which has a turnover of £11m and employs 52 staff.

Comm-Tech managing director Justin Millar said: 'This is a strategic acquisition that makes business sense for both Comm-Tech and Fine Line. It is great to see both multi-million pound businesses be so successful for the past 30 years, consistently adapting to the technological advances in a forever-changing and fast--paced communications industry.'

Fine Line owner Kenny Leak has retired from the business after the deal.

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