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BQT signs distie deal with Hills

BQT signs distie deal with Hills

Becomes distributor of security products in Australia and New Zealand

MaxSec Group (ASX:MSP) subsidiary, BQT Solutions, has entered into a distribution agreement with Hills Limited covering Australia and New Zealand.

The deal covers BQT’s security products including smart card and reader solutions, biometric scanners and electronic locking products.

MaxSec chief executive, Geoffrey Cleaves, said the company was well positioned to build a solid relationship with Hills as a result of the deal.

“This agreement further emphasises our strategy to rapidly increase BQT Solutions business by growing our routes to market,” he added.

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