Region4 is a leading distributor in Australia and New Zealand specialising in digital storage, archiving and publishing solutions. Since 1997, Region4 has represented some of the world’s largest and most innovative storage product manufacturers catering for a range of specialised markets including optical disc and flash memory printing, duplicating and publishing systems, photo/video backup, medical imaging and Hard Disk RAID and duplicating systems. Region4 provides a comprehensive range of equipment to the market, via educated and knowledgeable channel partners and offers localised warranty and non-warranty services to address the particular support requirements of the Australian and New Zealand markets. Also available, the complete range of on-demand Ink-jet and Digital Label Printers and Associated products from Primera
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Experts and specialists in digital storage, archiving and publishing solutions, on-demand ink-jet and digital label printers.
Exclusive distributor for major industry vendors. One stop shop for anything and everything flash memory and optical disc duplication and printing related.
Technical and sales training, product demonstration offers, promotions, Co-op marketing programs.
Demo room available, marketing support, warranty and non-warranty repairs, needs assessment, technical advice.
Major credit cards, account terms to approved applicants.
Cheltenham, Victoria, 3192
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