Distributor to offer new packages

Meroncourt sets its sights on Sitecom

UK specialist distributor Meroncourt has announced a raft of new Sitecom bundle packs especially for retail and reseller partners, as the vendor gears up to maximise its UK presence in 2008.

The two companies have teamed up to offer three packs: basic, mid-range and high end. The basic pack will come with a range of the vendor’s fast selling products including USB hubs, Bluetooth dongles, card readers, network cards and switches.

The pack is worth £360 at retail, but Meroncourt is offering it to the trade for £225, and it comes with four of each product bringing it to 32 products per pack.

The mid-range pack will include all that is included in the starter pack, but also wireless networking products and some free merchandising. It comes with 46 products, retails for £840 and is being made available direct to partners for £499.

Meroncourt’s high-end pack has a final retail price of £1,635, and it comes with all of that is included in the previous packs, as well as the latest 300N products from the vendor, as well as a free Sitecom mini-fridge and merchandising. It’s being made available to the trade for £999.

"Sitecom sees 2008 as its year to maximise its UK presence," said Sitecom’s UK sales manager, Nick Kornet. "We have a great range of high specification, high quality products to bring to market which offer excellent margins for our resellers and this, together with our ten-year end user warranty, must make Sitecom the right choice to offer at retail."

Speaking about the launch of the deals, Meroncourt’s sales director Steve Walsh (pictured) said: "We have represented Sitecom in the UK for the past five years and believe that as a brand Sitecom is perfect for our customers to stock as their range of networking products.

"We have some great introductory bundle offers including all the current best selling lines to tempt resellers to replace or expand on their current lines."

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