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​Connector Systems strengthens data centre hand with new NZ distribution deal

​Connector Systems strengthens data centre hand with new NZ distribution deal

“The industrial sector is a growing segment for Connector Systems and the addition of Rittal will accelerate this growth for us and our partners."

Connector Systems has strengthened its data centre hand in New Zealand, by confirming a new distribution partnership with Rittal New Zealand, a local division of global specialist data centre providers.

“This partnership will bring added value to our existing customer base with Connector Systems providing exceptional service at a competitive rate, expertise and access to Rittal’s suite of IT and Industrial products,” says Chris Thorpe, New Zealand Sales Manager, Rittal.

To support the move, Connector Systems will hold stock from its Auckland warehouse in Mount Wellington.

“We are very pleased to be distributing the entire range of the Rittal product portfolio,” says Mark Dasent, A/NZ Country Manager, Connector Systems.

“The industrial sector is a growing segment for Connector Systems and the addition of Rittal will accelerate this growth for us and our partners.

“We anticipate great interest in the Rittal portfolio, from small to large industrial enclosure systems through to the new TS-IT rack enclosures.”

Dasent says Connector Systems will be showcasing Rittal products to the New Zealand market from Rittal’s mobile display truck.


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