October 17, 2014
The largest manufacturer of aftermarket imaging systems and components hosted a seminar in Minsk, Belarus, where it introduced new products and support for the market there.
The seminar in Minsk was held with the assistance of Belarussian remanufacturers Arad-M-Import and LLC Lida Computers, with 42 attendees from 27 companies present. The company noted that the seminar “introduced” delegates to the “range of support and services available to them as Static Control customers”, with the event also a “chance to learn about Static Control for the first time” for some, with many expressing an interest in “attending future seminars”.
Static Control also announced that it has “deepened its commitment to the region” by hiring a new Sales Executive for Belarus, Andrei Adamovich. Static Control’s Unit Business Manager for Eastern Europe, Andrzej Jaswin, stated that Adamovich will “be able to provide support and information for our customers in their own language, and will be exclusively dedicated to the remanufacturers of Belarus”.
Jaswin added of the event: “It was a privilege to host an event here in Minsk and make remanufacturers aware of our commitment to this region. Our customers were excited to learn of the array of new products offered by Static Control that have not been available on the Belarus market before now. In particular, remanufacturers are very interested in the ColorControl system and can see the potential it holds for lifting the colour aftermarket in this area.”
The seminar was the latest in the company’s expanded seminar programme, and forms the most recent part of its seminars announced in March. The Recycler recently reported on Static Control’s autumn seminars, which took place in Zagreb, Croatia, Belgrade in Serbia, and Tsaghkadzor in Armenia, and previously reported on events in Italy, Latvia, France, Romania, Poland and Greece.
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