new South Africa partner

New South Africa partner for GM Technology

The company DeLace, will be GM Technology’s new official South Africa partner for the distribution of remanufactured original products.

GM Technology presents its new official collaboration with this South Africa partner. DeLace will be the distributor of remanufactured products, expanding GM Technology’s commercial network in Africa and Middle-East.

DeLace is one of the largest providers of printing and copying solutions in East and Southern Africas markets, specialised in offering exceptional brands in the office imaging industry. It offers laser, ink, copier, ribbon cartridges, and more.

Currently, the company has more than 80 years of combined experience. They work with 15 resellers in Africa, which supports a solid and reliable track record for its customers.

GM Technology explains that DeLace seeks customer satisfaction in order to always meet their expectations. Its products range is based on the quality policies of its company. This allows them to deliver an excellent service with the best quality, maintaining a continuous improvement in all its processes

Finally, GM Technology adds that both companies see sustainability and caring for the environment as fundamental pillars of their company’s policy which makes this partnership a particularly good fit.

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