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​Exeed powers ahead with new vendor agreement

​Exeed powers ahead with new vendor agreement

Distributor joins forces with the global power management solution provider across New Zealand.

Justin Tye - Managing Director, Exeed

Justin Tye - Managing Director, Exeed

Exeed has signed a distribution agreement to distribute CyberPower Systems' range of power protection products in New Zealand.

Terms of the deal will see the company join forces with the global power management solution provider locally, distributing high-efficiency power management products, ranging from UPS, PDUs, Inverters, Solar Energy Systems, Power Management Software, Surge Protectors, to Mobile Accessories.

“We are delighted to distribute the full range of CyberPower’s power management solutions in New Zealand,” Exeed managing director, Justin Tye, said.

“CyberPower is a Tier 1, total power solution provider with a focus on green solutions. Its products complement our computing brands and are well suited to the needs of the New Zealand market, from corporate data centres, to SMBs and home users.

“In a country that is affected by natural disasters, sound power protection policies are very important to New Zealand businesses, CyberPower gives our resellers a great range of solutions to help New Zealand businesses manage the risks of power loss.”

Founded in 1997 in the USA, CyberPower has expanded its business to the rest of America, Europe, Asia, Australia and now New Zealand, with its UPS product now in the top three UPS products across the Pacific.

“CyberPower is very excited to partner with Exeed in New Zealand,” CyberPower Systems, managing director of Oceania, Brad Andrews, added.

“Our Australian business is going extremely well and we are ready to expand our focus into New Zealand with Exeed.”


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