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​Brother means business in the South Island

​Brother means business in the South Island

Printing vendor bolsters South Island capabilities with new Christchurch facility.

L-R: Peter Townsend, CEO Canterbury Employers Chamber of Commerce; Phil O’Reilly, director Iron Duke; Graham Walshe, executive chairman Brother and John Molyneux, South Island regional manager Brother

L-R: Peter Townsend, CEO Canterbury Employers Chamber of Commerce; Phil O’Reilly, director Iron Duke; Graham Walshe, executive chairman Brother and John Molyneux, South Island regional manager Brother

Brother International has formalised its expanded South Island presence by opening its new purpose-built facility in Hereford Street, Christchurch, while introducing same-day delivery for the area and overnight delivery for the rest of the South Island.

“We have seen an increase in the number of South Island businesses who are looking for technology partners that can provide hands-on service and tailored solutions,” says Graham Walshe, Executive Chairman, Brother New Zealand.

“Our increased presence means we can deliver this support to South Island businesses, and work alongside them to help them grow.

“We are committed to ensuring South Island businesses have greater access to the hands-on support we are known for.”

In addition, Walshe says the Christchurch warehouse facility means the printing vendor can offer same-day delivery within Christchurch and overnight for the rest of the South Island.

“While we have had a presence in the South Island for more than a decade, we are very excited at the opportunities that exist for us to help a greater number of the region’s businesses improve their efficiency and productivity by being at their side,” he adds.

“Our expanded operation means that we now have the capability to support a greater number of businesses of all sizes across the South Island.”

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