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Repant increase its competitiveness in Norway

ENGLISH Repant incrfease its competitiveness in the Norwegian market, Repant ASA and PSI Systems AS has agreed that Repant will take over the sales and service responsibility for the Repant products in Norway. The transition will gradually occur over a 6 month period and is completed by 1st of July this year. - This is a strategic decision which will give us more muscles in the market against the four major grocery chains in Norway. At the same time, this will give us a better control over the market, both sales and service. We can promise that the customers will experience an even better Repant product, says Repant CEO. Gudmund Larsen. - In the Swedish market, the partnership will continue as it is. The structure of the Swedish market is different than the Norwegian. In this market it usually is up to each merchant to determine the choice of equipment supplier. PSIs large sales and service network will be an appropriate strategy to continue the good progress we already have in this market, says Gudmund Larsen. ______________________________________________

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