Kelway buys Repton

Kelway, a London-based IT provider, has acquired rival Repton Holdings Plc for an undisclosed sum.

Repton specialises in enterprise and datacentre infrastructure and employs more than 70 staff. The company generates a turnover of £40 million.

The combined organisation is expected to employ more than 350 staff and is anticipated to create revenues in the region of £180 million. Phil Doye, chief executive officer of Kelway, said: “Repton has demonstrated growth and profitability in a difficult market, and the combination of this success and Repton’s proven expertise with major enterprise IT infrastructures made them an ideal addition to the Kelway Group.”

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