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Hewlett Packard Service Center

Hewlett Packard Service Center

THAKRAL Cambodia inaugurated the opening of the first Hewlett Packard authorized

Service Center in Cambodia on Sep 2.

Located at Thakral's headquarters on Sihanouk Blvd, the Center will offer service

facilities to all HP products including printers, personal computers and net service,

according to N Srikanth, Thakral's business manager.

"We are tryinng to kill the grey market for smuggled equipment from Vietnam

and other countries," he said.

Engineers have been trained by HP in Singapore and the center will recognize and

service any HP products with an HP worldwide warranty.

"All those products bought legally will be serviced by the center," said



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