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Scan Display Botswana moves and expands into printing

Issued by: Scan Display | 15 Apr 2008 15:55
Scan Display's Botswana branch has moved to new offices in Broadhurst, Gaborone. The exhibition and display specialist has been operating in Botswana since 1999 and the company's recent growth was the motivation for the move to bigger premises.
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Scan Display Botswana's Sales Manager, Zaid Ramina.
Scan Display Botswana's Sales Manager, Zaid Ramina, says the company is pleased to be able to offer its clients additional complementary services in its new premises: “The offices will house two large format printers, one indoor and one outdoor, as well as a laminate machine.”

Scan Display's other branches are in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban. It has a network of distributors in Nigeria, Swaziland, Zambia and Namibia.

Scan Display Botswana has built exhibition stands at Botswana's main shows including BOCCIM Northern Trade Fair, Global Expo Botswana and Botswana Consumer Fair. Its clients include Standard Chartered Bank, Botswana Telecommunications Corporation and various Botswana Government departments.

For more information on Scan Display or Scan Display Botswana, visit www.scandisplay.co.za.

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Scan Display is a leader in the Southern African exhibition and display industry, specialising in award-winning exhibition stands, retail displays, and event and exhibition infrastructure.
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