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Exeed to distribute Belkin products

Exeed to distribute Belkin products

Arrangement seen as complementing notebooks and tablet ranges

Exeed is now taking Belkin products to the New Zealand market, according to a statement released by the distributor.

Belkin's wide portfolio of cable, accessories, and USB products are also covered by Ingram Micro. It is also sold through Renaissance, although that company is considering selling off its distribution business.

Exeed's managing director Justin Tye says the deal will complement the HP and Samsung notebook ranges, as well as its tablet business. Exeed has already launched with a Belkin Bag-HP Notebook promotion.

“Exeed have a very strong reputation with IT resellers," says Belkin's country manager Steve Ford in the statement. "We expect that our partnership with Exeed will grow Belkin’s reach into the commercial reseller market.”


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