RAPOO appoints Inspan and Creative in South India as distributors

Posted by News Room On Friday, October 3, 2014 0 comments
RAPOO has announced its expansion in distributing RAPOO products by appointing two top distributors - Inspan Infotech and Creative peripherals. To meet the growing needs and to provide better service & support to the customers and partners in South, RAPOO takes a step ahead with this appointment.

Distribution of RAPOO products in South is divided into two parts; Inspan will cater for Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry, & Kerala with their branches in Chennai, Coimbatore, Madurai, Trichy, Pondicherry, Cochin, Calicut, & Trivandrum. Creative Peripherals, who is currently handling RAPOO's West India distribution, will cater Andhra Pradesh, Telangana, & Karnataka with their branches in Hyderabad and Bangalore and plans start their operations by having a branch in Andhra Pradesh.

Mr Saurabh Grover, Country Head - India, SAARC & MEA at RAPOO said, "We are glad to announce our distribution tie-up with Inspan Infotech and Creative Peripherals for South India. We are excited on this dynamic combination and know that both Inspan and Creative with their focused deep reach in the market will position quality products of RAPOO strongly in the vibrant South Indian market. By these two appointments, RAPOO has completed its strong distribution network pan India."

Mr Ketan C Patel, Chief Executive Officer of Creative Peripherals & Distribution Pvt. Ltd. said, "RAPOO will replicate it success from abroad by having the right manpower and the right distributors with cutting edge products, Creative as a company is looking at expanding it product offering in the south and Rapoo is the perfect fit."

Mr Sudhir S, Managing Director at Inspan Infotech Private Ltd. said, "We are very happy to associate with RAPOO, as it is the lifestyle brand adapting wireless technology & with innovative products. With our strong channel network in Tamil Nadu, Pondicherry and Kerala, we are sure we will increase the brand penetration and reach more young and corporate people."


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