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Distribution Central expands to ASEAN

10 Jun 11

Distributor and channel services company Distribution Central, has announced the launch of its Singapore branch—the first step in its ASEAN expansion strategy.


"The launch of our Singapore branch is a significant milestone for Distribution Central as part of our ASEAN growth strategy," said Nick Verykios, managing director.


"In Australia and New Zealand, we've been growing organically really fast for a long time and our financial position is pretty strong. We are now looking to Asia for further growth and given Singapore is the business hub for the ASEAN region, it was a natural choice for our first ASEAN branch office," said Verykios.


Distribution Central in Singapore is being led by Fleur Glover, who brings a 15-plus-year proven track record in constructing and delivering multimillion dollar deals, for multi-nationals in the oil and gas, banking and finance and consultancy verticals.


Distribution Central is an Australian privately-owned company that provides distribution and channel services in security, networking, data storage, unified communications, asset management, and vendor certification and training. 

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