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Super-Click International announces another distributor

December 7, 2012
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Super-Click International has reached a distribution agreement with Super Carpet , Ecuador’s leading flooring specialist. The agreement involves Super-Carpet holding stock of Super-Click at their facility in Quito and displaying it to their wide array of commercial clients within their modern showroom.

Stewart Procter, CEO of Super-Click International, commented, ‘Super Carpet’s impressive list of successes and their enthusiasm about the product makes us certain that this is the beginning of a prosperous future business relationship between our two companies. They have already had a number of repeat containers of Super-Click delivered and the volumes they are achieving have astounded us. They are also warm and engaging people to do business with.

Super Carpet became aware of Super-Click at the Surfaces exhibition, Las Vegas in January 2012. Patricio Dávalos, General Manager at Super Carpet, who is personally in charge of visiting the international floor fairs, said ‘I aim to find the newest and best high quality flooring products at trade shows. As soon as I saw Super-Click International’s unique product I knew they were a cutting edge company offering the latest, most exceptional product in the LVT market. Super-Click is an excellent fit for my business, and for the Ecuadorian market.’

Following Super-Click International’s success in 2012 in countries such as New Zealand, Australia and now Ecuador, the pioneering company is also set to announce deals with several more countries in the early part of the New Year.

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