You describe it, GulfLink will find it

GulfLink Services International highlights a web site scouting system that helps businesses locate products and parts - from the obscure to the widely popular.

  • E-Mail
By  Kate Concannon Published  October 12, 2002

San Diego-based distribution, sourcing, marketing and exporting company, GulfLink Services International, is making its tenth appearance as a Gitex exhibitor this year.

It is highlighting its recently upgraded website serving partners and clients in the Middle East, GulfLink delivers aggressive sourcing services, locating both popular and hard to find products and parts, which this website makes remarkably accessible for local clients.

The website provides clients with a very fast, very simple method by which to search for repair parts, spare parts and obsolete parts for their technology and computer equipment.

GulfLink also invites interested parties to make contact in order to research and seek out products that are unavailable in the local market. GulfLink can be contacted via email on, and its aim is to respond with a complete quotation and details within 24 hours.

Acting as “the eyes and ears on new technology worldwide” for clients, GulfLink also maintains an active e-mail broadcast service, keeping clients and partners, particularly those located in the Middle East, abreast of new discoveries and emerging technologies that will assist their businesses.

GulfLink strives to supply to all US and international customers the largest selection of equipment in the fastest delivery time, and at the best wholesale prices.

“We help our clients consolidate their shipments by receiving their orders from multiple suppliers. We then arrange to send a single shipment to save shipping cost and to ensure all orders are complete and as ordered,” said GulfLink’s Jack Kline.

“If you are ordering from several suppliers in the USA, I think you can see the advantage to having us receive these for you and sending them in one shipment.”

This Gitex, GulfLink will also be introducing several new technologies to the region, including products from IMC Networking (Ethernet media conversion products), Canoga Perkins, Network Instruments (network monitoring), Lantronix and NTP Software.

Add a Comment

Your display name This field is mandatory

Your e-mail address This field is mandatory (Your e-mail address won't be published)

Security code