APS : Wednesday, 12 September 2018
WASHINGTON (United States)- Algerian private company Saterex, owner of the brand Iris, signed Tuesday in Washington a contract with the US firm KVS Import Solutions to sell smartphones in the United States.
The agreement was inked on the sidelines of the Algeria Week in Washington DC, in the presence of Minister of Trade Said Djellab, Algeria’s ambassador to Washington, Madjid Bouguerra, and many Algerian business managers taking part in the four-day event.
The agreement, the outcome of four months of discussions between Iris and the firm specialized in online sale in the US, will make it possible for the Algerian group to get access to the American thriving and competitive market.
Iris has two assets that will allow it to get established in the United States, namely the quality and the competitive prices of its products, the deputy general manager of Iris, Djamel Guidoum, told APS.
The online platform of KVS Import Solutions is strategic and will provide Iris the opportunity to get access to the US market.
Saterex, which is operating in all Maghreb countries in addition to Mali and the United Arab Emirates, seeks to market its smartphones in Europe, Djamel Guidoum said.
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