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Sharp Grows Presence in Hawkes Bay

Sharp Grows Presence in Hawkes Bay

Sharp to expand operation to the Hawkes Bay region

Hawkes Bay, Wednesday 1st October 2014 - Today, Sharp Corporation of New Zealand announced the expansion of its direct Document Solutions Business into the Hawkes Bay region, purchasing the business assets of Tritech Office Technology Solutions in Hastings.

Sharp Corporation will continue to provide quality technology support and services to Hawkes Bay clients and for the first time Hawkes Bay businesses will be able to deal directly with Sharp.

Jan Nicol, Managing Director of Sharp Corporation New Zealand Limited (‘Sharp’) says “the expansion is very exciting for Sharp. We are committed to the Hawkes Bay and see promising long term potential growth in this region. This expansion cements Sharp’s commitment to regional New Zealand, marking our 7th local office.”

Nicol adds that “For over 100 years Sharp Corporation has been one of the largest technology manufacturers in the world and brings a competitive advantage through supplying leading edge technology, that will deliver benefits to the Hawkes Bay business community through increased efficiencies, taking their image to a new level and enabling greater collaboration in all aspects of their businesses.”

David Pointon, Sharp’s General Manager for the Document Division says “Our priority is to ensure clients have outstanding experiences with world class support and services. Hawkes Bay businesses being able to directly deal with us, for the first time, will greatly enhance this process.”

We have a great team, led by Andy Parry, who will be an integral part of Sharp’s commitment of delivering unprecedented level of benefits through our technology offering and after sale support to the Hawkes Bay” says Pointon.

ENDS


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