Mobile computing and data capture distributor Varlink has expanded its relationship with Trimble to cover the European market.
Under the terms of the new agreement, Varlink will take the vendor's full range of rugged positioning devices to a wider European audience as it looks to grow its market share.
The firms have worked together in the UK for seven years, and the product range incorporates the full Trimble MCS portfolio including the Juno T41, Yuma 2, Ranger 3 and the Nomad.
Jim Sheldon, general manager of Trimble MCS, said: "“Varlink have proven to be a reliable and proactive distribution partner and we look forward to working with them in developing our mutual channel, and reaching out to the VAR’s, for rugged computing devices throughout Europe”
Mike Pullon, chief executive of VARlink, added: “We welcome the opportunity to expand our, longstanding relationship with Trimble who are a highly valued business partner. Our deep knowledge of Trimble products coupled with our award winning distribution services make us a useful point of supply for Trimble resellers throughout Europe and we look forward to working closely with them in winning business for rugged hand held computing devices.”
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