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February 4th, 2011
GPS Tracking Company Ezy2c to Buy – OmniTRACK

Australian company Ezy2c recently announced the acquisition of the OmniTRACK business from OmniSTAR, a leading provider in positioning data and a market leader in the design and development of Differential GNSS positioning technology and asset monitoring solutions. Ezy2c CEO Evan Penn states “The acquisition is highly strategic as it will introduce more products and expertise to our business. OmniSTAR have been leading the way in satellite tracking in Australia for many years with specialised solutions for Marine, Aero, Mining and Transport. With an enviable blue chip client base including many global, “household name” companies and a strong footprint in the mining sector, OmniTRACK gives us the capacity to service this robust sector of the economy.” Ezy2C have over 4000 vehicles being tracked in every state and territory of Australia with a further 800 in Africa. Their clients come from a number of sectors including Transport (largest transport client has 700 vehicles), Mining, Utilities, Government Departments, Manufacturing, Distribution, Waste Services, Forestry, Construction and Life Care/Emergency Services. Read More