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Fujitsu appoints Altech as NZ distributor

14 Oct 2009

Altech has been selected as a Fujitsu distributor in New Zealand in order to grow the company’s New Zealand presence. Altech will carry Fujitsu’s full line of the LifeBook range of products, which Antony Sheen, Managing Director of Altech, said will be a boon for both companies. “Altech has been searching for a suitable notebook partner in New Zealand and we are confident that Fujitsu’s products combined with Altech’s pro-active sales approach will reap significant benefits in a short period of time,” Sheen said. Ivan Chan, Business Director of Fujitsu PC for ANZ said that the company is eager to grow its notebook business in New Zealand through the new agreement. “Altech NZ has the sales commitment combined with the internal infrastructure to support resellers that made us appoint them as our distributor,” he said.

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