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VIDEO - Westcon open's new Auckland Office

19 Oct 12

High profile storage, security and datacentre distributor Westcon Group celebrated the opening of it's new Auckland office's this week.

The technology distributor's previous premises where well known to most channel partners and visible from the Auckland northern motorway. The old site was also well known for cramming the team members in. Westcon had clearly outgrown the space and it was time for a move.

The new premises is just a few hundred metres away in Canaveral Drive, is a modern building with superb demonstration, training and meeting spaces. The move doubles the size of the companies warehouse to more than 1,900 sq metres.

While team members had been in the new building for a few days, global President and CEO Dean Douglas officially opened the building on Wednesday evening. Local channel partners and vendors joined NZ CEO, Dave Rosenberg and his management team for an opening celebration and guided tours of the new facility.

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