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Synnex ANZ announces three strong quarters

Synnex ANZ announces three strong quarters

Synnex says it has achieved double digit growth on both sides of the Tasman in the first three quarters of 2009, compared to the same period last year. Synnex Technology International - which covers Taiwan, Hong Kong, China, Australia and New Zealand - announced consolidated financial results for the three months to 30 September of $2.78 billion in revenue and before tax income of $79.6 million. These are record highs for quarterly revenue and profit, it says, adding that revenue across the group increased 25 percent. In New Zealand, Synnex has signed new vendors Gateway, Bullguard, Eaton, Gigabyte and Targus in 2009. “Synnex New Zealand has made considerable investments in our infrastructure this year in many areas of the business to support the strong growth that we have achieved," says country manager Richard Harri. "As we progress into 2010 we will continue to focus on providing our customers with friendly and efficient customer service backed by reliable logistics.”


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