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PB Tech lands Altech NZ manager

28 Jun 10

Altech's New Zealand Branch Manager, Ken Liu, will leave the company next month for a role at PB Tech.

Liu told The Channel that the PB Tech business has been growing over the last few years and that the company is looking to increase its market presence in a number of areas.

PB Tech offers computer solutions to customers that range from home users and small businesses right up to high-end corporates.

“I will be Project Manager for the PB Service team and aim to make its service level the best in New Zealand,” he said.

There will be no immediate replacement for the head of Altech's New Zealand branch.

Vantec Thermal Technologies recently named Altech Computers as its distributor in Australia, New Zealand and Hong Kong.

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