Phoenix, AZ – (UPTICK Newswire – Oct. 22, 2015) – It is of course common in the penny stock sector of the market to see huge trade volumes. One of those companies seeing substantial movement has been Global Digital Solutions (OTC: GDSI). A large supplier of specialty vehicles for emergency management and law enforcement agencies, producing mobile command and communication vehicles through their recent acquisition North American Custom Specialty Vehicles (NACSV). Today came news that GDSI will be acquiring the privately held Brazilian leader in equipment for public safety organizations, Rontan. GDSI also indicated that Rontan CEO, Edigimar A. Maximiliano Jr would be elected into the position of Chief Executive Officer of GDSI.
Strategically, acquiring Rontan gives GDSI further leverage in the emergency management and law enforcement market, which is projected to grow at a CAGR of 3.98% through 2019, based upon Research and Markets: “Police and Law Enforcement Equipment Market – Global Report 2015 – 2019”. In looking over Rontan.com, which overviews Rontan North America and its copious amounts of products, it appears that GDSI is indeed well positioned to become a leader in emergency and law enforcement equipment solutions, capitalizing on the coming market gains noted above. Founded in 1970, Rontan operates in the United States, Canada, Central and South America, Europe, Asia, Australia, Middle East and Africa.
In 2014, Rontan showed impressive revenue of approximately US$ 128 million. The information put out by GDSI also noted that Rontan produces “5,000 vehicles per month and has approximately 1,200 direct and indirect employees. In 1999, through a partnership with the biggest worldwide manufacturers of vehicles for fire fighters, Rontan became an authorized representative of the Oshkosh Pierce vehicles.” There is also the added bonus that Rontan Telecom “is the largest manufacturer and distributor of Motorola radios and communication trunking systems for police forces in Brazil, providing technical assistance on the full line of Motorola radios.”
Overall GDSI has positioned itself to be a front runner, taking full advantage of its acquisitions in the emergency management and law enforcement market. With the expected appointment of CEO Edigimar A. Maximiliano Jr and increasing market revenue gains, there should be nowhere to go for GDSI but up and up. At market close today, they hit 67,787,047 in volume. Uptick staff will be watching GDSI closely over the coming days and months, we recommend our readers to do the same. No time like the present with GDSI.
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