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Sharp appoints Cambodian distributors

Sharp appoints Cambodian distributors

Japanese consumer electrical giant Sharp has appointed local company OMC group as

their Cambodian distributor of their products.

Sharp had a full range of their products on display at a seminar in Phnom Penh recently.

TVs, Cassette Recorders, fridges, photocopiers, air-conditioners as well as other

Sharp electronic products were imported specially to give dealers a chance to view

the range.

Hiroshi Sasaoka, Managing Director of Sharp Roxy Sales Pte. Ltd, based in Singapore

said he believed there was a strong market for their products in Cambodia. OMC Managing

Director Siv Thai said that they hoped to attract customers with competitive prices,

a one year warranty and a free repair service.

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