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NAS Appointed Australian Distributor for WAMA CCTV Products

WAMA has announced the appointment of NAS Australia as its security distributor in Australia and parts of the Oceania region. 

According to WAMA, the partnership with NAS marks “the beginning of a new CCTV ecosystem in the land Down Under, bringing in cutting-edge video surveillance technologies and competitively priced solutions that will greatly benefit the security industry and end users in the market”.

“Entering the Australian market is certainly a significant step towards achieving our goal of becoming a global brand,” said Dr. Wallace Ma, Chief Executive Officer of WAMA Technology. “NAS Australia has many years of experience in the industry and we share the same vision of delivering high quality products and excellent services to the market. I am confident that our cooperation will bring many new opportunities to the WAMA ecosystem.” 

David Dargie, product director of NAS Australia, said the NAS team was also excited about the partnership.

“NAS Australia is thrilled to distribute WAMA products into the Australasian region,” Dargie said. “Pairing cutting edge electronic technologies with old-fashioned support and service is what we do best. We look forward to leading future developments of the IP CCTV technology as customers look to get smarter with their CCTV systems.”
Established in 1982, NAS Australia is an Australian family owned and operated wholesaler of cutting edge TV reception, custom installation and security products. Meanwhile, WAMA is a CCTV technology company incorporated in Hong Kong, which offers a comprehensive range of video surveillance solutions that cater to the needs of the mass market. ♦


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