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Canon appoints distribution trio

31 Jan 12

IT suppliers and resellers have three new options when it comes to sourcing imaging products, with Canon appointing a trio of Canon Authorised Distributors.




Ingram Micro, Dove Electronics and Croxley have all been trusted with the Canon brand, the company promising they offer ‘the same confidence and assurance you’d have if buying directly from Canon’.




"Buying a camera, printer or scanner is a fairly big investment for people, so they need to be able to trust the store they’re buying it from and be sure that they are purchasing a genuiune, good quality product,” Canon says in a release.




"As a retailer, they are relying on you to provide them with that quality product and as such are looking for some assurance that you can. The Canon Authorised Distributor logo is that assurance.”




All three distributors have a full range of Canon products, including inkjet and laser printers, digital cameras, scanners, calculators and binoculars.




For more, call Ingram Micro on 0800 464 726, Dove Electronics on 0800 835 555 or Croxley on 0800 806 080.

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