Distie adds four sites to national footprint

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Distie adds four sites to national footprint
Alloys CEO Paul Harman

Specialist distributor Alloys has extended its national footprint setting up operations in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Adelaide following its integration of Integrex Systems.

The transaction was announced in July last year and since then the two companies have merged their operations under the Alloys brand.

The company claims the expansion provides a range of benefits to resellers including localised sales teams and distribution centres around the country, faster fulfillment, increased online capabilities and services, and transparent location-based stock holdings for better customer visibility and availability.

It also says it now offers access to the largest portfolio of print and imaging products in Australia.

According to chief executive Paul Harman said: "The new business brings the strength of Alloys and Integrex together to provide our customers and suppliers with an even stronger reason to business with our team."

Alloys and Integrex will now operate under one brand, with one goal, one sales methodology and managed as one team he said. 

"This will give our customers and supplies an easier line of sight as to how to work," msaid Harman.

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