X-Press Solutions appointed Molex Premise Networks distributor
8 March 2006
Molex Premise Networks has announced that X-Connectivity Solution (T/A X-Press Solutions) has been appointed as a distributor of its structured cabling products in South Africa - thereby strengthening Molex's presence in this region.
Key personnel from X-Press Solutions, namely; Mel Ray (managing member), Gaynor Ray (financial member) and Len Ray (sales and marketing member) met with Randy Mortensen, RCDD, president Americas and EMEA, during his recent visit to South Africa, to formalise the partnership.
Comments Len Ray: "We are delighted to be working as a distribution partner of Molex Premise Networks, and adding their structured cabling products to our portfolio. We look forward to expanding our sales in the region with Molex."
Paul Moulster, RCDD, sales director, sub-Saharan Africa of Molex Premise Networks said: "We are happy that X-Press Solutions has joined Molex as our Distribution Partner in South Africa. Although it is a young company, X-Press Solutions have the people and expertise to become a leading distribution power."
"We believe that our partnership with X-Press Solutions is bringing true value to the system integrators and installation partners that work with us and shall definitely leverage the quality and performance of the solutions we are delivering to our customers in South Africa," concluded Moulster.
For more information contact X-Press Solutions, +27 (0)11 314 6844, email@example.com
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