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Growth agreement with South China Sales Agency

19 March 2014

For Immediate Release


Wellington Drive announces growth agreement with South China Sales Agency

Shanghai, China and Auckland, New Zealand

Wellington Drive Technologies, a leading global provider of Energy Saving Electronic Motors, Airflow and Refrigeration Control Solutions; and Ting International LLC, a professional operations and business development solutions provider, have announced a Sales and Business Development Agency agreement to leverage their joint capabilities and accelerate customer development and sales growth within China. Sales and technical resources from Ting International will immediately start to engage with new customer targets in South China with the primary goal of understanding customer needs and marketing Wellington products.

“Ting International has over 25 years management experience of operations and business development for several global electric motor manufacturers in Asia and North America, and has excellent knowledge in the commercial refrigeration market in China. This agreement is going to broaden Wellington Drive’s customer reach, strengthen our capability in the Asia Pacific Region and is directly aligned with our 2014 growth priorities” commented Steve Hodgson, Senior Vice President of Commercial Operations at Wellington.

Anthony Ting, Founder and Managing Partner at Ting International, commented “We are excited to be partnered with a brand name such as Wellington. Wellington’s motors have a solid reputation for reliability and quality and we believe these attributes will help the partnership expand its motor and airflow business in China”.

About Wellington Drive Technologies

Wellington Drive Technologies is a leading global provider of energy efficient electronic motors, airflows solutions and refrigeration control solutions for the commercial refrigeration markets. It serves some of the world’s leading food and beverage brands and refrigerator manufacturers with advanced products and solutions that reduce their costs improve product sales and reduce energy consumption. Wellington is headquartered in Auckland, New Zealand, and is listed on the New Zealand stock exchange under the ticker symbol NZ: WDT.

About Ting International

Ting International is a sales and customer development agency providing outsources sales and technical resources to assist companies in their growth plans. With unique experience in the China market, and experience with Western and Eastern motor manufacturing companies, Ting International is ideally placed to help businesses tailor new products to customer needs and grow sales.

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