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T.o. Group becomes the local agent for Mitsubishi Electric

T.o. Group becomes the local agent for Mitsubishi Electric

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Cambodia business solutions company the T.o. Group has entered into a distributorship with the Japanese giant Mitsubishi Electric, through Mitsubishi’s Singapore office, for the sales of large-screen LED monitors used for outdoor advertising and a range of other products including projectors, printers and “video walls”.

Mitsubishi Electric’s senior general manager for the Visual Imaging Division Naohiro Sato said Mitsubishi Electric had a “selective distribution” policy whereby T.o. Group would be the only local partner, in order avoid pricing confusion.

“We apply this policy for every country,” Sato said. “There is no other partner for us besides T.o. Group.”

T.o. Group’s Heng Chamroeun said he was happy to be licensed to cooperate with a company like Mitsubishi.

To contact the reporter on this story: Stuart Alan Becker at [email protected]

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