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Dasent joins Connector Systems

30 Apr 10

Ex-Renaissance man joins Connector Systems to drive New Zealand growth

Last week we reported that Dasent had officially left Renaissance and that Chris Parnell would step up to take on more responsibility within the distributor.

Reasons for Dasent's departure were not given and The Channel was told that there were no further changes in roles expected at Renaissance as a result.

Connector Systems says it enables New Zealand businesses to create and maintain world class communications networks, industrial plants, machinery, and electronic goods.

CS currently has offices in Auckland, Hamilton, Wellington and Christchurch. The Head Office in Auckland provides sales, technical and customer support and administration around a state of the art logistics centre.

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