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Almasa lands D-Link deal

Almasa CEO Frank Sheu has started delivering on his promise to bring more vendors into the regional distribution giant’s portfolio. Almasa IT Distribution has signed a distribution agreement covering the supply of networking vendor D-Link’s entire portfolio into the UAE, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait and Iran.

Almasa CEO Frank Sheu has started delivering on his promise to bring more vendors into the regional distribution giant’s portfolio. Almasa IT Distribution has signed a distribution agreement covering the supply of networking vendor D-Link’s entire product portfolio into the UAE, Oman, Qatar, Kuwait and Iran.

“We are delighted to have signed the distribution agreement with D-Link today as their innovative and award-winning product range fits very well into our existing distribution portfolio,” said Sheu. “This agreement not only reflects our continued focus on enhancing customer value by providing our channel partners with a wider choice of products; it also contributes to our objective on extending our geographical coverage.”

“I am sure that our in-depth knowledge of the regional channel partner infrastructure combined with the expertise of our sales and marketing force will be a major contributor to D-Link’s success in the region,” he added.

Fateen A. Fateen, chairman at D-Link Middle East, added: “This year we are celebrating our 20th year anniversary. We are growing rapidly in the region in all our three core business units: retail, SMB as well as the systems integrator and telco space. Our aim is to provide innovative products and services to the market consistently.”

“Almasa covers the Gulf region comprehensively both in geographic and business diversity terms. We have near 100% synergy in our business objectives. I am sure that this start-up relationship will result in beneficial partnership for years to come,” Fateen added.

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