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Christchurch firm confirms distributor in South American country

Christchurch firm confirms distributor in South American country

Colombian distributor Mibex will be responsible for the commercialisation of ARANZ Geo's Leapfrog in the country.

Christchurch-based ARANZ Geo, developer of 3D geological modelling software Leapfrog, has appointed Mibex as its Colombian distributor.

“The Mibex team are a well respected geological consulting firm, with extensive experience in the mining and groundwater industry”, said Nick Fogarty, regional director for Latin America at ARANZ Geo. “The Mibex team will be invaluable to our clients and move the business forward in the rapidly growing Colombian market.”

The Mibex team, led by Marco Nieto, will be responsible for the commercialisation of Leapfrog in Colombia, which includes introducing the solution to new customers.

Fogarty added, “Mibex fit the stringent criteria we identified as essential to representing Leapfrog in Colombia. We are excited about working closely with their team, and look forward to growing this important market together.”

ARANZ Geo has sales and support offices in Brazil and Australia, as well as Leapfrog distributor offices in South Africa, Denmark, Canada, Chile, Peru and Colombia. The R&D and head office remains in Christchurch.

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