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Aussie power protection distie takes on Kiwi market

03 Dec 2015

Australian power and surge protection distributor NPS (Natural Power Solutions) has launched its assault on the Kiwi market, opening an Auckland sales office.

The company, which is both a distributor and manufacturer of power protection products and offers consulting and advisory services, has appointed Cliff Chapman as New Zealand business development manager.

Chapman was previously APC vendor business development manager at Westcon Group NZ, a role he held for nearly four years. Prior to that he was a solutions specialist at IT Power Services.

The company has been operating in Australia since 1994 and focuses solely on power and surge protection.

Its partners include Schneider Electric, Emerson Network Power, Eaton, Socomec and Stulz, with the company’s stated aim ‘to be the leading provider of quality power protection products and services to the corporate, industrial, education and public sectors in Australia and New Zealand’.

The company says the New Zealand business ‘will become an integral part of the NPS Australasian footprint.

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