November 24, 2020

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Euroset rebranding continues

Russian retailer Euroset has accelerated its rebranding exercise, updating 200 mobile shops in the country’s Far East region across 50 cities. Euroset commenced its rebranding exercise in June 2011 using a friendly yellow terrier dog as a symbol of the company and updating stores using a yellow and white colour scheme. The rebranding vision was developed by British agency Wolff Olins. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 3 October 2012

Merlion extends Eaton distribution rights

Russian channel giant Merlion has extended its deal with Eaton and will start pushing the vendor’s power distribution products to its customer base. Merlion has been successfully selling Eaton’s UPS and power filter products for more than a year. Merlion has now added Eaton’s range of power distribution products including circuit breakers and cabinets. The two companies hope that the extended agreement will persuade an even greater number of channel partners to purchase Eaton kit in Russia. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 10 September 2012

MTI strikes Daewoo deal

Ukrainian distributor MTI has struck a deal with Daewoo Electronics. Under the terms of the agreement, MTI will hold exclusive in-country rights for 32” LED TVs by Daewoo, expanding the distributor’s portfolio of TVs. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 14 August 2012

MTI tunes in for TCL distribution

Ukrainian distributor MTI has added TCL to its vendor portfolio. The distribution deal will see MTI push TCL’s LCD and LED TVs through its Ukrainian channel partners. MTI claims that the addition of TCL has expanded its choice of affordable TVs – a segment that is witnessing strong demand from Ukrainian consumers. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 17 July 2012

Elko adds Kingston rights in Russia

Distributor Elko has added components vendor Kingston to its Russian portfolio. Under the terms of the agreement Elko will push Kingston’s memory modules to its channel customer base across Russia. Elko hopes that the deal will position it to provide more integrated solutions for customers looking to use Kingston memory modules for Intel servers. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Monday 9 July 2012

McAfee signs Asbis for Russia & CIS

Security solutions vendor McAfee has struck a distribution deal with Asbis in an attempt to crack the fast-growing Russia & CIS retail channel. McAfee hopes that Asbis will develop routes-to-market through the leading retailers in Russia, Ukraine, Belarus, Georgia, Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan and Uzbekistan. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 5 July 2012

MTI adds Whitenergy

Ukrainian distributor MTI had strengthened its vendor portfolio, adding Whitenergy universal power units and laptop batteries to its offering. MTI signed the distribution agreement with Poland-based Enan, which supplies products under the Whitenergy brand. MTI will hold exclusive Whitenergy distribution rights in the Ukraine. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Wednesday 4 July 2012

Laser printer sales climb in Russia

The latest data from research house Context shows a 9% year-on-year increase in Russian all-in-one laser printer shipments in the first quarter of 2012. The growth in all-in-one laser printer shipments occurred against a backdrop of printing device shipments across all product categories falling 6% year-on-year for the same period. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Friday 29 June 2012

MTI adds Amacrox brand in Ukraine

Ukrainian distributor MTI has extended its cooperation with FSP adding the vendor’s Amacrox universal power units to its product portfolio. MTI will also supply external batteries and car chargers sold under the Amacrox brand. The Amacrox brand was established eight years ago by FSP. The company has now clearly divided its brand names with FSP focused on components and Amacrox centred on power solutions for mobile devices. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Tuesday 26 June 2012

GfK reveals monitor trends in Russia & CIS

Notebooks and TVs are making their mark in the Russia and CIS market, putting pressure on the standard monitor market. The rise in sales of both notebooks and TVs with monitor functions and web-enabled features led to a 25% year-on-year decline in monitor unit sales in Russia in April 2012. The market also dropped 30% in value terms according to GfK, with the average monitor sales price declining 5% year-on-year to US$190. Read full story

by Stuart Wilson, Thursday 21 June 2012

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