Basingstoke-based Micro Peripherals has beaten two unnamed distributors to a franchise with the monitor vendor CTX.
CTX said that it needed an additional distributor which had a peripherals focus in the South.
Dave Stevinson, CTX UK sales manager, claimed there would be little overlap with existing distributors Enta, Frontline and 4Front subsidiary Hammer Distribution. ?Micro P complements our existing distribution partners and the agreement will provide both parties with a large volume of incremental business?, he said.
Micro Peripherals has started shipping the full range of 14in to 21in monitors.
The manufacturer is launching an advertising campaign in the trade press as part of an aggressive push against rival manufacturers Samsung and Iiyama.
In addition to monitors, CTX manufactures notebooks, systems and LCD projectors and screens.
The vendor was founded by Taiwanese electrical components manufacturer Chuntex in 1992.
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