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August 13, 2007
Components distributor Asbis Middle East has signed an agreement with Elitegroup Computer Systems (ECS) to offer the vendor's complete motherboard range for AMD platforms and its PC-chip motherboards for Intel.
August 03, 2007
The company has revealed intentions to float shares on the Warsaw Stock Exchange later this year.
February 07, 2007
Components distributor Asbis has announced its first trading update since listing on London’s Alternative Investments Market (AIM) late last year. The company — which boasts a strong presence in the Middle East and North Africa — expects to record total group sales of US$1 billion for 2006.
December 10, 2006
IT Europa, an authoritative publication on Europe’s ICT channel, published an article on ASBIS’ listing at the London Stock Exchange. The article refers to ASBIS as ‘a major contender in wholesale across eastern Europe’ and extensively quotes ASBIS’ CEO Siarhei Kostevitch, who comments on the company’s objectives and plans related to the listing.
November 17, 2006
Russia has long been a distinctive IT market, with a limited presence of international distributors and PC vendors. Last time we visited the expansive nation, there was a sense that this could change, but while PC assemblers remain strong, the distribution channel faces a number of threats. IT Europa assesses how the market has developed in the last 12 months…
October 27, 2006
Poland remains a notoriously local market, with few foreign distributors having a noteable presence, except Actebis and Tech Data which are placed first and second in the country. But following EU accession in 2004, Polish distributors have been feeling on edge with the risk of more competitors entering the market, and they are specialising in an attempt to fortify themselves. IT Europa looks deeper...
October 13, 2006
Two years ago, the PC market in the Czech Republic was becoming startlingly mature, and resembling a western market in all but name. Growth of PC unit shipments was slow, as a result of a saturated market - a population of 10 million were managing to buy 500,000 PCs a year. But sales growth has really picked up in the last year as vendors tap into the lucrative retail sector, and small businesses start buying notebooks. IT Europa assesses how the market is shaping up for 2007...
May 10, 2005
ASBIS Enterprises Ltd distinguishes itself among customers by running fully rolled out B2B services that meet demand with precision. With regard to the company's internal IT requirements, the management and staff expect no less. When it came to replacing the company's dated Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system for accounting and logistics with new generation Exact products, ASBIS was quick to stress that it needed a customised solution.
February 28, 2005
After extensive research, Channel Middle East presents the lowdown on the big boys of the UAE distribution scene. Based on a degree of trust due to the scarcity of published accounts, meet the diamond dozen of Dubai distribution.
June 25, 2003
In the words of Paul Griffin, vice-president of sales and marketing for Asbis, a $500m-plus international IT distributor of Intel, Seagate, Maxtor and Hitachi products, you have to be ‘something of a masochist who suffers amnesia once a quarter’ to be in channel distribution today. Indeed, distribution in almost all industry sectors is tough, and the internet is exacerbating these pressures. Margins continue to slide to almost unsustainable levels. Asbis, however, has managed to buck the trend for the last three years.
June 10, 2003
Alastair Hunter and Gunther De Neve of IT4profit describe how, with a fresh approach and a refined business model, B2B exchanges can begin to deliver the efficiencies they once promised.
October 04, 2000
Sergey Kostevich, president of Asbis, a Cyprus-based component distributor, says: "The demand is there. It is just a question of fulfilling it." Mr Kostevich, a Belarusian academic researcher, is an example of entrepreneurial drive. He started his business supplying friends and acquaintances in Minsk. Now he employs 280 in a region-wide network which is this year forecast to have a turnover of $260m.
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