Case-Mate in ME expansion deal
Manama, October 18, 2011
Case-Mate, the international mobile phone accessories designer, has joined hands with Bin Hindi Informatics, a leading information and technology suppliers in Bahrain, to expand its network in the Middle East.
Case-Mate has appointed Bin Hindi as the sub-distributor for its exclusive mobile accessories in the region.
The company's abstract monster and animal designs were launched during the recent Gitex in Dubai and are now available across all leading electronic stores in the region.
'We are excited about this association,' said Case-Mate exclusive distributor Shift chief executive officer Mazen Khanafer.
'It will help us expand our market reach and add a competitive edge by allowing us to introduce Case-Mate's trendy phone cases to a wider audience.'
'We are delighted with our initial relationship with Case-Mate's products,' said Bin Hindi Informatics general manager A Aziz Abdulla Bin Hindi.
'The innovative designs and superb protection offered by Case-Mate cases will delight customers in Bahrain and make a mark in the growing market for mobile accessories.'
Case-Mate constantly adds new designs to their existing product portfolio to stay up-to-date with new technology and devices on the market.
They continuously experiment with new materials and designs to give consumers accessories that are stylish and on trend, said Bin Hindi.-TradeArabia News Service
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