U.K.- and Czech Republic-based ATM supplier TestLink has said that 70 percent of its revenues will come from international markets by 2014.
The ATM specialist has experienced tremendous growth in exports over the last 18 months, taking on 53 new customers around the world in countries that include Argentina, Nigeria, Romania and Zimbabwe.
Additionally, TestLink experienced a 15 percent bump in its U.K. business resulting from ATM parts sales during the runup to the London Olympics. The company provides ATM sales and services in the areas of parts supply, remanufacture, used machines, and asset management.
"There will be notable growth in the export market from the sale of remanufactured Wincor and NCR ATM machines as well as ATM spare parts and the provision of ATM field engineer training," said TestLink managing director Greg Hughes.
The used ATM machines specialist is particularly interested in expansion into Southeast Asia, the Middle East, Africa, China and India — regions where large numbers of machines are already in use and where double-digit growth in deployment is predicted in the near future. Testlink is looking to set up a network of agents in these targeted regions.
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