Gandalf displays on Philips
Sweden: broadliner Gandalf Data has added Philips LCD monitors to its portfolio.
More Westcon Security for Vasco
Benelux: authentication vendor Vasco has expanded its partnership with Westcon Security to Belgium, Luxembourg and the Netherlands, where the security VAD is now allowed to distribute its products. Until now, Vasco products were available through Westcon Security in France, Italy, Norway, Sweden and the United Kingdom.
Another country for Bergsala
Finland: Swedish gaming specialist Bergsala goes pan-scandinavian as it acquires the distribution rights for Nintendo in Finland. In the process, it acquires the current Nintendo local distributor, Amo Oy, for an undisclosed amount, and change it into Bergsala Oy AB. Beside Finland and Sweden, Bergsala also owns distribution rights for Nintendo in Denmark and Norway.
Motorola signs Azlan
Motorola Solutions has entered into a pan-Europe, Israel and Africa (EIA) distribution agreement with network, security and infrastructure VAD TD Azlan. The agreement covers the distribution of Motorola Wireless Networking solutions products in EMEA through TD Azlan offices in Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland and the United Kingdom. Azlan will offer the full Motorola Solutions' portfolio of WLAN products and solutions including TEAM pocketable virtual office, AirDefense WLAN security and network management systems and Motorola's MESH networks.
No more Aurora for Solar
Scandinavia: cabling and electricity specialist Solar has decided to sell its consumer electronics division Aurora to Swedish broadliner Deltaco (which is also present in Denmark, Finland and Norway) for an unclear amount, split between cash and new bank loans. Current Aurora's management will acquired 10% of the shares of the company, beside Deltaco, while the distributor will have a right to repurchase these shares by 2018 at an agreed price based on the earning growth of the distributor. Aurora will operate as a sister company within Deltaco group, in Denmark, Finland, Norway and Sweden, while the group will work on potential synergies between Deltaco and Aurora.