DIS signs exclusive deal with Iranian distributor

CIMATECH strengthens relationship with manufacturer.
(L-R) Thomas Frederiksen, MD, DIS; Christoph Hellmuth, area sales manager, DIS Middle East; Amir Kord, MD, CIMATECH and Finn Halken, owner, DIS.
(L-R) Thomas Frederiksen, MD, DIS; Christoph Hellmuth, area sales manager, DIS Middle East; Amir Kord, MD, CIMATECH and Finn Halken, owner, DIS.

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Danish Interpretation Systems (DIS) has signed an exclusive agreement with Iranian distributor CIMATECH.

The two companies have worked together since 2008 but will now work more closely together as DIS looks to tap into the Iranian market.

“DIS has been working in Iran for a long time and business has been good,” said Christoph Hellmuth, area sales manager, DIS Middle East. “It is likely that the opportunities in that country will only expand in the future.

“Iran is a very special market and it has proven to be beneficial for DIS to have just one exclusive distributor instead of many dealers. CIMATECH is what we consider as ‘DIS in Iran’. It is focusing on our brand, has dedicated people – in both the sales and technical department – that know our product portfolio. It conducts marketing, service support and maintains stock in order to deliver quickly to clients,” added Hellmuth.

In addition to building on the company’s success in the Middle East through its operation in Iran, Hellmuth also eyes opportunities in Saudi Arabia.

“We expect a lot more business in certain countries such as Saudi Arabia. There are still large budgets on the table for projects in sectors such as education,” added Hellmuth.

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