February 3, 2014 Melbourne, Australia - Alloys, the non-traditional distributor continues to reinforce their position as Australia’s leading specialist distributor by extending their national footprint to include operations in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide. The expansion is a result of the recent Alloys acquisition of Integrex Systems, which was announced in July 2013. Since the transaction, Alloys have been executing an integration plan designed to combine the operations of the two companies into one, under the Alloys brand.
The expanded Alloys operation now offers Australian technology resellers a range of benefits including:
•Localised sales teams and distribution centres in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide
•Access to the largest portfolio of print and imaging products in Australia
•Faster fulfilment of orders across Australia
•Increased online capabilities and services
•Expanded customer service options
•Expansion of our Integrated Technology division
•Transparent location-based stock holdings for better customer visibility and availability
Alloys CEO Paul Harman said "The new business brings the strength of Alloys and Integrex together to provide our customers and suppliers with an even stronger reason to business with our team."
He added “It means that Alloys and Integrex will now be one brand, with one goal, one sales methodology and managed as one team. This will give our customers and supplies an easier line of sight as to how to work with us, and allows us economies of scale that we haven't had before. The merged business now has the largest portfolio of print vendors in Australia and provides greater access to our Integrated Technology solutions right around the country."
Media Contact: ?Kane Ford, ?Alloys National Marketing Manager? Email: email@example.com? Phone: 0413 431 884
About Alloys, the non-traditional distributor
With over 30 years experience in value-added distribution, Alloys improve the capabilities, profitability and opportunities of SME technology resellers by providing them with a range of non-traditional services. Our non-traditional approach requires the Alloys team to be more knowledgeable, offer greater flexible, and to build stronger relationships with their customers, suppliers and the product solutions they sell. Alloys has two specialist divisions Print and Imaging and Integrated Technology. Alloys brands include: ACTi, Axis Communications, Brother, Canon, D-Link, DTG Digital, Elite Screens, Epson, Fuji Xerox Printers, HP, IQEye, JVC, Kodak, Kofax, Konica Minolta, Kyocera, Leviton Security & Automation, Lexmark, Milestone Systems, Mitsubishi, Oki, Optoma, Panasonic, QNAP, Samsung, Sony and Verbatim products.