Pama & Co are looking to appoint international distributors

Pama & Co, Europe's biggest and well known supplier of mobile phone accessories and consumer electronics is looking to appoint new distributor's across the globe.

Pama has for many years been the leading supplier of mobile phone accessories supplying some of the worlds largest retailers, distributors and supply chains.


Pama has a reputation for excellence and product innovation which is as well known globally as other leading names such as Nokia and Motorola.

Pama currently distributes its products around the globe to over 50 countries.

Pama's Export Sales Manager says that "were now in a position with our already growing international platform of customers which include distributors, dealers and retailers to re -launch the Pama brand in lesser known areas"

Pama as a result are looking to team up with distribution companies in countries such as the USA, Australia, Canada, Africa & Russia.

Pama will be reviewing all distributor enquiries until the end of January 2010 after which Pama will be set to become a global houshold name.

For distributors interested in becoming an authourised distributor please email Ricardo Mendes ( r.mendes@pama.co.uk ) for further information.

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