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HH Electronics announces distribution partnership with NSL

HH Electronics announces distribution partnership with NSL
NSL's COO Carl Win

HH Electronics announces distribution partnership with NSL

New Zealand:

HH Electronics, part of the UK Headstock Group of companies, has appointed NSL as its official HH distribution partner for the country. NSL will be working closely with both HH and Generation AV, the sales agency for HH in the region.

“NSL is proud to be partnered with HH, distributing the HH range of live sound and installed product in New Zealand,” commented NSL’s COO Carl Win. HH has a long-standing reputation of supplying innovative products at a price point which will benefit those looking for cost-effective quality solutions. This partnership complements NSL’s existing brands and further positions NSL as a complete solution provider.”

Added Ian Wright, Headstock’s director of global sales: “I am very happy to be working with NSL. The brand fits in beautifully with the solid portfolio of brands they already have, in addition to a very experienced team who understand all aspects of the audio business in NZ. I’ve been fortunate to have worked with several of them in the past so I am extremely confident that NSL can do a fantastic job of reintroducing the HH brand in their market and will work hard to develop HH as a leading player there.”

“We are delighted to be working with NSL,” said Headstock CEO, James Laney We share a mutual goal to fulfil the potential for HH products in New Zealand and we look forward to a long and successful partnership.”

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