Comms distributor Nimans has bolstered its cabling division with fresh AV-focused products and the appointment of a new sales head.
Peter Owen (pictured), a two-decade veteran of the cable world, has joined the Salford distributor as data infrastructure business manager. He has previously held posts at fellow distributors Mayflex and Cablelines.
Nimans' data infrastructure unit has also been boosted by the addition of its first AV products, in the shape of HDMI cabling and chrome faceplates. In addition, the distributor has unveiled a new logo for its Titan own-brand range of cables.
Owen said: "It is fair to say that data installation is one of Nimans' best-kept secrets. But that is about to change as we have some aggressive plans to capture more market share over the next few years, based on combining new product developments with the highest levels of customer service."
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