Position Partners announces reseller channel
National precision systems company Position Partners has announced that its construction product portfolio will now be distributed via a network of approved resellers – including general hardware stores throughout Australia – to improve accessibility for customers.
Position Partners' Queensland Wholesale Territory Manager Jason Barrett (left) with Mike Ramsay from C&L Tool Centre in Hendra, Brisbane.
The company offers a range of Topcon and PLS construction lasers and accessory measuring devices that cater for the building, interior fitout and plumbing trades. These will all be widely available in general hardware stores across the country, giving customers improved access to high quality tools.
“Ten years ago lasers were highly specialised tools that required expertise and enhanced support,” said Ben Davis, Position Partners’ construction product manager. “Nowadays, they are part of every tradesman’s tool kit, which means we needed to make them more accessible to customers. Now a customer will often find the latest Topcon and PLS laser tools available in their local hardware store.”
Before reseller distribution came into effect Position Partners – as the exclusive distributor for Topcon Positioning Systems and PLS – was selling laser equipment and measuring devices direct to end users.
While the company will continue to support civil contractors and surveyors with Topcon machine control and survey solutions, it will no longer sell lasers direct to the building trades. Instead, all sales enquiries will be redirected to the customer’s nearest stocking reseller. Alternatively, a customer can find their nearest reseller by calling 1300 96 LASER (1300 96 52737), while an interactive search function is coming soon to the company’s website.
For more information visit: www.positionpartners.com.au
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