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August 20, 2019  |  Written by Marcin Kusztal

Rajant Expands Its Global Reach to Eastern Europe and CIS

After successfully introducing Rajant in EMEA—mainly Scandinavia, Western Europe, Middle East and Africa—Rajant Corporation is expanding its global presence to include Eastern Europe and the Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS). The new region includes 23 countries in Eastern Europe plus nine CIS countries, including the Russian Federation.

With worldwide deployments in 55 countries and counting, Rajant first recognized the opportunity to expand its reach into Eastern Europe and CIS with the mining market but will further increase its market share with ports, rail, oil & gas, petrochemical, municipalities, agriculture, and utilities markets.

Historically, mining and natural resources has played a large role in the economics of both Eastern Europe and CIS where the industry focuses on metal ores (iron, copper, zinc) coal, rare earth metals, and hard rock for cement production. CIS countries are also the one of the worldwide biggest oil and gas producers with a large number of active oil fields.

Currently, Rajant’s Kinetic Mesh® networks are used around the world and across a broad array of industries, including military, industrial, transportation, utilities, telecommunications, and all levels of governments.

Rajant’s strategy to develop the new region will initially go in two directions. First will be the strong mining market in Russia and CIS, a backbone in these countries. The second approach will focus on developed countries (Germany, Switzerland and part of Eastern Europe) where investment in developing advanced technologies is high priority.

The inclusion of the Eastern European and CIS countries into Rajant’s global footprint will further position Rajant as the leading and preferred provider of private wireless mobile networks for mission critical military and IIoT markets. 🖉

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