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Sharp To Expand in Whangarei To Service Northland Region

Sharp Grows Presence in Northland

Sharp To Expand With Presence in Whangarei To Service Northland Region

Whangarei, 10 February 2014 - Sharp Corporation New Zealand Limited announced today that its Document Division would have a direct presence in Whangarei as part of the company’s continued growth and commitment to the Northland Region.

Jan Nicol, Managing Director of Sharp Corporation New Zealand Limited (‘Sharp’) says the expansion is very exciting and part of growing the delivery of first class technologies, services and solutions to the Northland business community.

“Sharp is committed to Northland and sees the long term potential for future growth in the region. For the first time Businesses in Northland can now deal with us directly. One of our priorities is to ensure customers have outstanding experiences as we give them a competitive advantage through supplying leading edge technology that delivers benefits to their business” says Nicol.

Nicol adds that Sharp Corporation is one of the largest electronics manufacturers in the world – with a more than 100 year history - and as such brings significant additional benefits to its Northland business customers.

"Sharp will also bring the Northland Business community world class sales support and service. Sharp’s technology increases efficiency, helps customers take their image to a new level and allows them to experience greater collaboration in all aspects of their businesses.”

Grant Verry, Sharp’s Divisional Manager for the Document Division says that having a team of locals in Whangarei will give Northland businesses an unprecedented level of benefits through technology delivery and after sale support.

“Our full time Northland team led by Tony Lenz will be an integral part of Sharp’s commitment to businesses the Northland area and we are very pleased to be able to deliver this level of world class experience,” says Verry.

About Sharp Corporation
Sharp Corporation of New Zealand Limited markets the advanced MX series document systems and software solutions that help companies manage workflow efficiency and increases productivity.
Please visit www.sharp.net.nz

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