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Dove Electronics gets AOC

Dove Electronics gets AOC

AOC looking to boost NZ presence with new distribution appointment

In a move to boost its presence in New Zealand, monitor and television vendor AOC has appointed Dove Electronics as the vendor's new distributor in the country, the two companies have announced.

AOC will use Dove's offices in Auckland, Wellington, and Christchurch and will have access to Dove's network of resellers across the country.

Dove's head office is located in Christchurch but the distributor has localised sales, support, administration and stock facilities in Auckland and Wellington.

AOC operates 9 international offices, employing almost 600 professionals dedicated to promoting the AOC brand worldwide. Official distributors and service partners extend AOC's permanent sales and support to more than 100 countries.

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