MLL Telecom announces a 102% increase in new sales compared to the previous year. The growth in 2010 was against sales growth in 2009 of 68%. The company also stated that as a consequence of new business in 2010 it anticipated absolute gross margin generated in 2011 to increase by over 60% year on year.
‘Despite the difficult economy during the past year, we continued to invest and to focus all our efforts on delivering services for our customers,’ said Eddie Minshull, CEO. ‘These results demonstrate the demand for specialist companies, such as ourselves, who can deliver networks that save customers’ money.’
MLL Telecom added a number of significant new customers during 2010, including a new mobile operator, a global telecoms operator and a number of local authorities. ‘We experienced significant growth through 2010 across all of our key markets; mobile operators, service providers and public sector,’ said Jeremy Sheehan, Chief of Sales.
2010 saw MLL Telecom deploy new shared networks for the public sector along with fulfilling a strong demand for mobile backhaul services. The company also delivered against its plans to deploy high speed symmetrical Ethernet services over copper from unbundled telephone exchanges, MPLS switching, and Gigabit/s fibre core networks.
‘This growth will fund further investment in our people and systems during 2011, ensuring the performance of our services will remain at the highest standard.,’ said Eddie Minshull.