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Croxley Nutech signs on Lexar Media

23 Oct 09

Lexar Media has signed on with Croxley Nutech to allow the company to be the sole New Zealand distributor for Lexar Media’s Kodak-branded flash memory products. 


New Zealand retailers will now be able to purchase Kodak branded flash memory products, including USB drives and memory cards, directly through Croxley Nutech. 


Managing Director of Croxley Nutech said: “As consumers become more knowledgable about the performance and capabilities of their digital cameras, ensuring their complementary digital memory products are high quality is more important than ever. Our relationship with Lexar Media signifies our commitment to providing out valued retailers with an extensive suite of products to suit all their customers’ requirements.” 

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