“InnovAntennas Ltd. and WiMo Antennas and Elektronik GmbH, Herxheim / Germany, enter into closer cooperationIn 2018, UK production of all short wave and a selection of FM antennas (Innov) from the UK to WiMo Antennas and Elektronik GmbH (WiMo) in Germany was moved from Great Britain.
The move has proven to be successful, so both companies have agreed to extend and expand the current agreement.In addition to moving production to Germany, WiMo will now sell the innov products just outside of UK and become the sole global distributor of the product line.′′ This step is a win-win situation for both companies and also for our customers.
WiMo is able to increase production volume which we have not been able to do in the UK. Also, new B2B routes are opening up with trading partners around the world, meaning more radio amateurs will have access to our products “, says Justin Johnson, G0KSC, founder of IA.′′ We are pleased that we can now fully accept such a successful product portfolio.
For over 2 years we have been producing innov antennas in Herxheim and have a lot of experience with the antennas. So our production is well-prepared says Markus Viertel, CEO of WiMo. ′′ Now we are looking forward to being able to offer the products in our webshop and through our partners worldwide. Our customers can therefore look forward to more options with fast delivery time.”Both companies are already working to make innov products available in the WiMo shop at www.wimo.com in the coming months.”
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