Doro has signed a distribution agreement in the US with Brightpoint and received regulatory product approval for Doro Care Electronics
Doro has signed a distribution agreement in the US with Brightpoint and receivedregulatory product approval for Doro Care ElectronicsDoro has signed a non-exclusive distribution agreement for the US market withBrightpoint North America L.P. (“Brightpoint”), a subsidiary of Brightpoint,Inc. The first products will be from Doro's easy mobile range for seniorcitizens. At the same time the American authority for regulatingtelecommunications and radio frequencies in the USA, the FCC, has approved fourproducts from Doro's business unit Care Electronics. The agreement which coversboth mobile and other telephony products in the Care Electronics business unit,applies for the United States market. “This is a strong addition to our international expansion via distributors and Iam very pleased that we are now entering the US market with one of the world'sleading distributors” says Jérôme Arnaud, Doro's CEO. Just as on Doro's current markets, senior American citizens have exactly thesame major requirement for products that are tailored for their needs. Themarket for these types of products is still relatively unexplored and Doro istaking a position on it. Approval from the Federal Communications Commission (the FCC) concerns three ofDoro's easy mobile phone models and the MemoryPlus 319ph home telephone, whichis a telephone for the elderly who have memory deficiencies. The newly-approved MemoryPlus 319ph phone was one of the products that receiveda prize in the coveted American IDEA® design awards earlier this year. For further information please contact:Jérome Arnaud, CEO, Doro, ph: +46 46 280 50 05, email email@example.com Christopher Lundström, Doro representative in the USA, ph: +1 646 203 7357,email firstname.lastname@example.org About Doro With over 30 years' experience in telephony Doro is today characterised byinnovative and user-friendly consumer electronics products. The company developsmarkets and sells a wide range of products in three business units: HomeElectronics, Business Electronics and Care Electronics. The company's productsare sold in more than 30 countries worldwide through a variety of retailoutlets, including electronics stores, online stores and specialized channels.The company had sales of SEK 346 million in 2007. Doro's shares are quoted onthe Stockholm Stock Exchange, Nordic list, Small companies. Read more about Doroat www.doro.com.