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Renaissance picks up Fuji Xerox

17 Nov 10

Renaissance has signed a deal to distribute Fuji Xerox printers to the New Zealand market.

Renaissance says the Fuji Xerox range will complement its existing portfolio of computer peripheral products that’s already sold through its MagnumMac and StudentIT stores, YooBee website and direct sales team.

“We are excited to be able to distribute the full range of Fuji Xerox printers and consumables in New Zealand,” says Chris Knox, General Manager of branded product at Renaissance.

“Distributing Fuji Xerox printer products in New Zealand offers an excellent opportunity to grow our product business significantly.”

David Borg, General Manager Fuji Xerox Printer Channel, Australia and New Zealand added, “Renaissance has an incredibly strong presence in the New Zealand distribution market and we are looking forward to building a solid partnership.”

Renaissance will also be distributing Fuji Xerox’s Docuprint series of A4 LED printers from December 1st.

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