Currie Group has won the HP Industrial Graphics Worldwide Channel Partner of the Year award after delivering record sales including the sale of two HP Indigo 100K Digital Presses despite 262 days in lockdown since March 2020.
The announcement was made by HP Inc. at the recent annual HP Industrial Graphics Partner Awards which celebrate the success of HP’s partners across the globe.
Currie Group is HP Industrial Graphics’ only channel partner in Australia and New Zealand and has been since HP Industrial Graphics began to operate in A/NZ. This award recognises Currie Group’s combined performance across labels, packaging and commercial print.
Despite prolonged lockdowns due to the pandemic, Currie Group has recorded a record high year in sales. This included the sale of two HP Indigo 100K Digital Presses with the first installed with online training and remote support only.
This is underpinned by Currie Group’s installed-base management, managing older presses and upgrading presses where required.
“Currie Group’s recognition as HP Industrial Graphics Worldwide Channel Partner of the Year is a just
reward for the hard work of the entire Currie Group team,” said Craig Walmsley, HP Industrial Country
Manager Australia & New Zealand.
“Currie Group have overcome multiple challenges from lockdown in Melbourne and have maintained their excellent customer service. We’re incredibly proud to have Currie Group as our partner in Australia and New Zealand and look forward to celebrating our continued success together long into the future.”
Currie Group CEO Rob Mesaros added: “We’re incredibly humbled for being recognised as HP Industrial Graphics Worldwide Channel Partner of the Year.
“HP Industrial Graphics has been a core part of our business for 20 years, and despite the challenges that come from working in a global pandemic, we’re proud that our strategic collaboration with HP has been recognised with this Award.”
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