BROTHER CLAIM #1 SPOT IN MFP SALES IN CANADA

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BROTHER CLAIM #1 SPOT IN MFP SALES IN CANADA

 user 2009-08-24 at 3:44:04 pm Views: 59
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    http://www.newswire.ca/en/releases/archive/August2009/18/c5773.html
    Brother Canada ranks first in Canadian laser multi-function printer (MFP) sales

    DOLLARD-DES-ORMEAUX,
    QC, Aug. 09- Brother International Corporation (Canada) Ltd. is proud
    to announce that it continues to be the most popular laser
    multi-function printer brand in Canada. Indeed, according to the 2008
    Hardcopy Peripherals data collected quarterly by IDC
    Canada(International Data Corporation Canada), Brother maintained its
    number 1 position in 2008 year-over-year, ahead of rivals
    Hewlett-Packard, Samsung,
    Canon and Lexmark.

    “We believe our
    first place ranking over the past few years certainly proves Brother’s
    strength in the Canadian SOHO-SMB market”, states Martin Featherston,
    President of Brother Canada. “We attribute our strong customer service
    culture and award winning products in helping us to remain successful
    year over year”.

    Evan Hardie, Senior Analyst at IDC Canada,
    continues: “Brother has held the #1 spot in the Multifunction Laser
    Printer (MFP) market in Canada since 2005. Brother has also outpaced
    the overall Laser Printer & MFP market in 2008, showing exponential
    growth led by its dominance of the Mono Laser MFP market.”

    Brother
    is a worldwide electronics manufacturing company, with sales in over
    100 countries. Key products include business equipment such as:
    Multi-Function Centres(TM), printers, faxes, and P-touch(R) labellers.
    Brother also markets a wide range of domestic sewing and embroidery
    machines, as well as semi-industrial embroidery machines. In 2010,
    Brother will celebrate the 50th anniversary of its operations in
    Canada. Established in 1960 on the outskirts of Montreal, Brother
    Canada is an independent subsidiary that manages customized marketing,
    sales and distribution services, as well as a customer call center for
    the entire Canadian market.