Telekom Slovenije’s new head vows to cut costs

21 Mar 2006

The new chairman of Telekom Slovenije has announced a reorganisation of the group and a continuation of cost-cutting programmes, as well as confirming the acquisition of 76% of Macedonian ISP and fixed line operator, the Slovenian telco’s first foreign telecoms asset. Bojan Dremelj, who was appointed on 13 March, told local press that the group would be restructured in line with a proposal drafted by Telekom executives. He said: ‘The purpose of the reorganisation is to improve efficiency and increase the focus on the users,’ adding that there would be no major redundancies, as the company has been reducing staff through natural wastage through the years and will continue this policy.

Slovenia, Telekom Slovenije (incl. Mobitel)