European memory distributor Dane-Elec has extended its supply agreement with retailer Insight for another year for the entire Cube memory product line.
The renewed deal will allow Insight to continue to sell the Cube Memory product line to corporate customers through its online and business catalogues. The agreement follows a successful 1999 in which Insight topped the Dane-Elec distributor list with a record number of Cube Memory sales.
During 2000 it is expected that Insight will achieve a forecasted target of up to £5 million worth of Cube Memory sales in the UK, a volume turnover which enables the company to pass competitive pricing on to its established business customer base.
Tim Adams, director of product management at Insight, commented: "Dane-Elec has been a great partner for Insight in 1999 and we welcome the opportunity to be able to continue to offer its Cube Memory range to our customers at competitive prices in 2000."
Brian Jones, services manager at Dane-Elec, commented: "We are delighted to have signed this alliance partnership with Insight for the second year running. Dane-Elec has always prided itself on the quality of its own brand Cube Memory and agreements such as this prove that this quality is being recognised."
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