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Fuji Xerox expands into Queenstown

29 July 2016

Fuji Xerox expands into Queenstown


Yesterday, Fuji Xerox New Zealand officially opened its new Queenstown branch, entering one of New Zealand’s fastest growing regions.

The office is located at The Landing and is headed up by Vaughan Love, area sales manager for the Queenstown and Southern Lakes District.

Fuji Xerox New Zealand employs 20 people in the Otago/Southland area with four based at the Queenstown branch and room to grow.

Fuji Xerox managing director Gavin Pollard believes the Queenstown region has great potential for businesses.

“Queenstown is growing faster than anywhere else in New Zealand and it’s important that we have a local branch to provide services to help the development of local businesses and schools as the region grows.”

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