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Blupeak scores distie deal with EMPR

15 Oct 2018

Blupeak has forged a distribution agreement with EMPR for the Australian and New Zealand channels.

EMPR adds Blupeak’s range of mobile accessories, and networking and audio-visual cables to its portfolio.

”The addition of Blupeak to our product offerings is an exciting opportunity for EMPR,” says EMPR Group COO Bryce McIntosh.

“As EMPR has become the foremost distributor for parts and accessories within the South Pacific channel, Blupeak’s connectivity and accessory products fit in well with EMPR portfolio and I look forward to our continued growth in this exciting field and working with our partners and customers.”

Blupeak provides CAT5, CAT6, CAT6A, fibre patch, HDMI, VGA, DP, Mini-DP, DVI, and power cables.

In addition, it supplies USB docking stations and adapters, MFI certified mobile phone cables, QI certified wireless charging products, power banks, USB and lightning cables, and automated mobile phone car docks.

It also has the capability to design and build custom specifications for project-based business.

“Blupeak is delighted to be working with EMPR as a distributor within the A/NZ region,” Blupeak managing director Mo Kandeel adds.

“EMPR has a unique distribution business model that presents a great opportunity to attach complimentary connectivity solutions within their strong reseller base. EMPR has a proven track record of superior customer service and personalised relationship management, coupled with warehousing across A/NZ and reach into the South Pacific region.

“The partnership between EMPR and Blupeak gives the channel a very strong value proposition consisting of a top tier distribution model and a premium connectivity portfolio.”

EMPR Australia recently celebrated 20 years in business as a distributor and supplier of genuine IT replacement parts, accessories and upgrades.

It has offices and distribution centres in key, strategic locations located in Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane & Auckland and stocks over $2.5 million of replacement parts and upgrades.

Blupeak also recently signed a distribution deal with Synnex Australia.

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