Jenrite to sell Summa kit in NZ

Summa sales vice-president Drew Groshong (left) described the partnership as “ideal” due to the shared belief in the “value of great quality products and support”. Groshong recently headed to NZ to conduct sales training with Jenrite staff,

Jenrite managing director Steven Kemp (right), who has also sent staff to the US for technical training, said his company was fortunate to represent a brand with “such high international standing”.

“Summa cutters are the premium product in this market with their entry-level version usually exceeding the performance of other top-end models,” he said.

Summa was founded in Belgium in 1973 and supplies vinyl-cutting equipment designed and manufactured in that country. The company offers two ranges, the entry-level Summacut series and the high-performance S Class.


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