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Arctic Antenna acquires all assets of Kokstad Antennefabrikk (previously A2G Arta)


Arctic Antenna has acquired all assets of the bankruptcy estate of Kokstad Antennefabrikk AS. On May 15than agreement was signed that secures the continued access to state of the art microwave antennas manufactured in Norway.



The A2G Group has since the bankruptcy in Kokstad Antennefabrikk (previously A2G Arta)

 A2G Arta AS assisted with securing the values of the company. It is therefore a great pleasure to announce that an agreement has been signed with the company Arctic Antenna AS whereof they have acquired all assets including product rights, inventory, tools and other operating equipment, and the brand ARTA.

  - It is a great pleasure to see that the unique technology with world leading products can continue even after A2G had to file for bankruptcy – says Richard Nilsen Vice President Industrial Division and former CEO of A2G Arta

 

To read more, please visiit the ARTA website.

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