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TECNO signs Muller & Phipps (M&P) as their new distributor

TECNO Mobiles has signed the renowned Muller & Phipps (M&P) as their new distributor. TECNO, with its popular demand, has taken this initiative to expand their product outreach within the country. M&P has established itself over the years as the customer’s first choice in express and logistics business in Pakistan, domestically and internationally.

M&P is Pakistan’s first-ever FedEx-Authorized Ship Center providing local and international courier services. The company is considered as the most promising distributor and has made a mark among its rivals with an excellent history of consumer services. This new contract would prove to be highly-yielding for both the parties.

On this joint venture, Mr. Kamran Nishat, Managing Director & CEO of Muller & Phipps, expressed his views: “Being a leading distribution hub, we aim to maintain our business equity and keep up with the needs of our customers. We at M&P aim for superiority with diversification. Aligning with our principals, we are pleased to join hands with TECNO Mobile and look forward to building upon our core values.”

Creek Ma, General Manager of TECNO Mobile Pakistan, also shared his vision behind this collaboration, saying: “TECNO has always served under the vision of ‘Localized Innovation’. We are glad to have M&P on board and in the list of our official distributors, expanding our outreach with their premium services. We presume that the appointed distributors would help us to deliver advanced tech experience to our consumers nationwide.”

TECNO has been successfully extending its services via Airlink and Yellostone previously. The brand is pleased to add another established company, M&P, in its family of distributors. With this venture, TECNO hopes to acquire great acclamation from its consumers by providing them with the best quality products

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