ASBIS Extends Toshiba Notebooks Deal for Bosnia

ASBIS Extends Toshiba Notebooks Deal for Bosnia

ASBIS has received Toshiba authorized distributor status for Bosnia and Herzegovina

ASBIS Press-release

Limassol (Cyprus), March 9, 2010 – ASBISC Enterprises PLC, an expert in IT products distribution to the EMEA emerging markets, has received Toshiba authorized distributor status for Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Megatrend d.o.o. Sarajevo, a subsidiary company of ASBISC Enterprises Plc in Bosnia and Herzegovina, will supply the wide range of Toshiba solutions for business and home mobile computing to the Consumer, SMB and Corporate market segments. Starting from now, ASBIS granted an authorized distributor for Toshiba notebooks in 15 countries of the EMEA region: Belarus, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Croatia, Czech Republic, Estonia, Hungary, Kazakhstan, Latvia, Libya, Russia, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia and Ukraine.

“Over more than three years we have performed extremely well for Toshiba on markets of the Commonwealth of Independent States, South-Eastern and Eastern Europe, the Baltic States and Middle East countries,” said Maxim Moshkovskyi, Product Line Manager for Toshiba notebooks at ASBISC Enterprises Plc.  “Now we are positive to develop and market Toshiba notebooks to the Bosnian market and ready to add new countries to the list of authorized distribution.”


ASBISc Enterprises PLC (WSE: ASB) is based in Cyprus and specializes in the distribution of IT products from worldwide leading manufacturers such as Intel, Seagate, Hitachi, Microsoft, Samsung, AMD, Toshiba and DELL. Asbis has own subsidiaries in 26 countries, more than 1,000 employees, 32,000 active customers, and its revenues reached US$ 1.5 billion in 2008. For more information visit the company's website at 

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