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Synnex bolsters NZ team

22 Jun 2010

Synnex New Zealand is a subsidiary of Synnex Technology International, who claims to be the second largest IT distributor in Australia, the largest in Asia Pacific and the third largest in the world.

The New Zealand arm (pictured) was established in 2005 to focus on helping local resellers “access the products they require when and where they need them”.

Campbell Forlong has been appointed Business Development Representative. He has 15 years of retail experience with local companies such as Norman Ross and the 100% group.

In the marketing department, Jeff Halford has been promoted from his previous role of Customer Services Representative to Product Management. He will now look after the Acer, D-Link, emachines and Gateway brands.

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