By Andrew Seymour
Toshiba is looking to strengthen its coverage of the market by appointing PC Dealnet as its local distribution partner
Laptop vendor Toshiba is looking to strengthen its coverage of the Qatari market by appointing the local arm of Lebanon-based PC Dealnet as its local distribution partner.PC Dealnet Qatar, which is a joint venture between Salam International and ITG Holding, will serve as the official distributor for the vendor’s range of computers, peripherals and accessories.
Toshiba says it signed PC Dealnet for its “specialization and versatility” in the IT channel. “Toshiba recognises the value added services of PC Dealnet as it has performed well for Toshiba in other Middle East countries,” explained Elia Mansour, country manager for Levant and Egypt at Toshiba Gulf.
“Toshiba will be working closely with PC Dealnet to have a new approach in distribution and to develop and market Toshiba especially to the Qatari market,” promised Mansour.
The appointment of a new Qatari distributor will be accompanied by a new set of standards for after-sales service and warranty, according to Toshiba. It says immediate replacement, limited repair time and on-site overhaul services will be tailored to the local market.
“Qatar has been one of the most progressive countries in the emerging markets in the Gulf and we intend to continue reinforcing the market reach of Toshiba through employing the expertise of PC Dealnet in the industry,” continued Mansour. “With the presence of PC Dealnet, it will allow us to enhance our service support and provide the best customer service for the Qatari market.”For all the latest tech news from the UAE and Gulf countries, follow us on Twitter and Linkedin, like us on Facebook and subscribe to our YouTube page, which is updated daily.