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Sandisk, Strategy International in Africa IT distribution deal

SreedharSreekumar

Flash memory storage maker SanDisk has joined forces with North Africa IT distributor, Strategy International.

Strategy International is a distributor for North African markets such as Morocco, Algeria and Tunisia.

The partnership is planned to see Strategy International distribute SanDisk products to the markets where it operates.

SanDisk already has its products distributed in 22 African countries, including the likes of Kenya, Tanzania, Ghana, Tunisia, Morocco, Mozambique, Zambia and Namibia.

Sreedhar Sreekumar, SanDisk regional sales manager for the Middle East and Africa, said, “Strategy International has been distributing SanDisk products to the northern African channel for the past few months.”

He added, “Our relationship with Strategy International reinforces our objective to expand our product reach in Africa. We are excited to work with Strategy International in the hopes of reinforcing the use of SanDisk products throughout the continent.”

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