Position Partners now regional master distributor for Z+F

By on 12 April, 2019

Position Partners has announced that it will be the distributor for Zoller + Fröhlich (Z+F) 3D laser scanners across Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea.

Under the agreement, Position Partners will be the primary contact for all sales, support and service enquiries of Z+F laser scanning products in Australia, New Zealand and Papua New Guinea (PNG).

“We are delighted to announce this extension of our partnership with Z+F, which will offer customers local and reliable sales, service and support capabilities from our branches throughout the region,” said Martin Nix, Position Partners CEO.

Position Partners has been distributing Z+F products since 2016, and has had a number of its employees manufacturer-trained at Z+F’s headquarters in Germany.

“Our workshop team is able to perform local calibration checks on the Z+F scanning range, saving customers the time and expense of sending their instrument overseas unless it requires a more detailed service or repair,” Paul Malatzky, Position Partners Market Development Manager of Scanning Systems.

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