Kenyan Mitsumi Distribution wins deal to distribute Samsung products in Africa.

By bne IntelliNews March 6, 2013
Kenyan information technology (IT) solutions distributor Mitsumi Distribution has won a deal to deliver the full range of Samsung IT consumer and business solutions to the markets of 19 sub-Saharan African countries, Business Daily reported. Samsung Electronics Africa IT Solutions Director Thierry Boulanger said that the partnership agreement, which made Mitsumi an official Samsung IT products distributor, is the first of the kind for Samsung and is aimed to enhance its product availability across sub-Saharan Africa, leveraging on an established African distributor and support network. Set up in 1996, Mitsumi is authorized distributor for leading global IT hardware & software brands, including HP, Dell, Acer, Toshiba, Lenovo, Samsung, Tripplite, BenQ and Microsoft.
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