Industry supplier Quadient Oceania, formerly Neopost, has been bought by Smartech Business Systems which has a strong presence in the Asia Pacific and is headquartered in Hong Kong.
The acquisition is part of Smartech’s plans to continually expand its Asia Pacific presence and is now on-track to significantly expand its footprint in Australia, New Zealand and the South Pacific.
Quadient Oceania distributes mail room products as well as wide format print technology from HP and Epson. It also supplies inks and other print consumables.
“Quadient Oceania has an outstanding range of technology solutions supporting the graphics industries which blends perfectly with Smartech’s strong regional business model,” Smartech Business Systems president and CEO Vincent Nair said.
“We look forwards to supporting the local graphics market within Australia and further building on the excellent customer partnerships within Australia and New Zealand.”
Smartech Business Systems says it is thrilled to have the opportunity to grow its presence in the Asia-Pacific region, expanding the number of solutions we will be offering to our clients while continuing to collaborate with Quadient as our trusted supplier.
“Being a Quadient dealer throughout Asia we are familiar with much of the product portfolio and consider the acquisition as a great addition to our existing portfolio. Offering us the opportunity to extend our product line to new international markets, as well as strengthen our marketing and sales capabilities in the region,” Smartech Business Systems said.
“During this period of transition, we would like to ensure all our customers that our primary goal is continuity of service to you all. While the name may be changing, you can be assured that we remain committed to ensuring you receive the same great service, support and product that you have come to expect from the Quadient brand.”
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