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Promate signs FastTech for Saudi distribution

FastTech to distribute Promate's range of accessories and peripherals in Saudi Arabia

Promate signs FastTech for Saudi distribution
Saudi is very significant market in the region, says AlKaar.

Promate Technologies has signed a new strategic distribution agreement with FastTech, to target Saudi Arabia.

The deal will help Promate to access the peripherals and accessories market in the Kingdom, which it says is showing strong growth.

FastTech will provide logistics and financial expertise to help deliver Promate's range to the market. Promate expects there to be particular interest in its range of iPhone and iPad accessories, thanks to the popularity of Apple products in Saudi.

"We have the products, the knowhow and the brand building experience; they know the local market. Saudi Arabia is hugely significant and this new deal gives us a promising foothold. I have high hopes for what our two companies can achieve here," said Yasir ALkaar, managing director of Promate.

"We are delighted to have forged this new working relationship with Promate Technologies, adding to our existing alliances with other strong and respected global brands. We look forward to our new relationship and to bringing to the local market the performance and innovative benefits of all the Promate Technologies product lines," added Saad Al Rossais, chairman of Al Rossais Group.

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