GTS Poland's revenue rises by 6% in 2012, outperforming telecom market.

By bne IntelliNews February 21, 2013
GTS Poland, part of the GTS Central Europe group (GTS), posted revenue growth of 6% to PLN 478mn (EUR 117mn) in, thus outperfoming the telecom market, according to the firm's press release. Irt cited Audytel's estimates, under which the Polish telecom market grew by 3% last year. GTC Poland's EBITDA increased by 5% y/y to PLN 138mn, while its EBITDA margin amounted to 29%. GTS Polska's CEO Piotr Sieluk said that the firm's goal in 2013 is to maintain organic growth, although it does not exclude participation in acquisition projects, if they conform to its business profile. GTS is one of the largest alternative communications carriers, providing up-to-date, integrated services to corporate customers.
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