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Zebra drops POSPOS in NZ

25 Sep 2013

Zebra Technologies and POSPOS NZ have decided to end their New Zealand Distribution relationship, effective October 1.

"We thank POSPOS NZ for their work on behalf of Zebra in New Zealand, but believe it is necessary to move forward with other options," says Penny Chai, Marketing director, Zebra Technologies Asia Pacific.

"We also look forward to continuing our distributor relationship with POSPOS in Australia."

The company is currently working closely with POSPOS NZ to transition existing Zebra business in New Zealand, and will contact resellers with updates in due course.

"We will contact you and work with you on this transition to minimize any possible disruption to your business," Chai adds.

Going forward, the remaining authorised distributors in New Zealand are:

• Sektor Distributors

• Ingram Micro NZ

Chai says if resellers are not already doing so, they should work with the above distributors starting on October 1, with the company set to announce any additional authorised Zebra distributors in New Zealand.

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