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EMPR sets up in Auckland

EMPR sets up in Auckland

Parts, accessories and consumables supplier EMPR is opening an Auckland office to meet market demand. It provides parts from HP, Toshiba and Asus to corporate, government and home users.

The company established its Christchurch site five years ago and also has an office in Sydney.

Alana Wade, who is leading the setup of the Auckland office near the international airport, says its Auckland customers required premises here.

“We have quite few customers around the Auckland area and we are growing to meet their needs,” she says.

EMPR recently beat out other HP parts resellers to win that company’s Top Performing Master Parts Reseller award for the replacement parts business, in the Asia Pacific region.

It is the third consecutive year EMPR has won the award.


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