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Anixter extends Aastra Telecom deal to NZ

Anixter extends Aastra Telecom deal to NZ

Communications and components specialist-distributor Anixter has extended its agreement with Aastra Telecom in Australia to include New Zealand. Anixter marketing manager Daniel Sultana says the local agreement will enable it to satisfy increasing demand for voice products and services with the Aastra product line. Aastra Telecom New Zealand country manager Stephen Fullelove says his company is pleased to have the distribution resources of Anixter available locally. "This gives our brand a very strong presence in the marketplace and will enable us to further penetrate key industry sectors in Australia and New Zealand,” he says.


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