House of Thor has acquired Zenitel through a cash tender offer and delisting
3d investors, a family investment company, through its subsidiary House of Thor, has acquired and delisted Zenitel.
3d investors is a family investment company founded in 1992 and based in Ghent, Belgium. It invests in real estate as well as in listed and unlisted companies. House of Thor is a subsidiary of 3d investors, established for the purpose of launching a public takeover bid on Zenitel.
Zenitel is a major global player in the development and marketing of intelligent communication solutions where security, guaranteed availability and sound quality are essential. With nearly 120 years of experience, Zenitel has proven to be a reliable and quality provider of broadcast systems, intercom solutions and two-way radio. These systems interface with other security devices, enabling end users and integrators to build a comprehensive and integrated security solution that combines access control, video surveillance, digital messaging and other solutions. Today, Zenitel’s customers include security services providers, companies and organizations active in the transportation and shipping sectors, healthcare institutions and industrial companies.
Oaklins’ team in Belgium acted as the exclusive buy-side advisor to 3d investors in this transaction.
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