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Samir Digital is set to take Gitex Shopper and Consumer Electronics Expo 2006 by storm with its award-winning portfolio of consumer electronics, mobile and IT products on show.

Samir Digital is set to take Gitex Shopper and Consumer Electronics Expo 2006 by storm with its award-winning portfolio of consumer electronics, mobile and IT products on show.

The company has consolidated its market presence in many key countries in the region and brings an expanded portfolio of products to this year’s instalment of Gitex Shopper.

Samir Digital acts as a distributor for a range of audio-visual and imaging products including Shiro, Sea Life, Plus, Imacon/Hasselblad, Seal Graphics, Pantone and Eastman Kodak Company alongside well-known IT and consumer electronics brands including Simple Tech, Memorex, Primera Technology, Kingmax and Eten, among others.

Samir Digital was established in Dubai, UAE, in 1998, as a distributor and wholesaler of consumer electronics, IT, medical and audio-visual products. It is affiliated with Samir Photographic Supplies in Saudi Arabia.

Samir distributes its products in the Middle East, North Africa and the CIS including Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Oman, Bahrain, Iraq, Yemen, Jordan, Syria, Lebanon, Egypt, Morocco, Tunisia, Algeria, Armenia, Georgia, and Azerbaijan.

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