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US print solution provider opens shop in Nairobi

LEFT: Cartridge World’s Ashish Nagewadia, East Africa Business Development Manager,Harry Stoubous, Global Chief Development Officer and Rajesh Pandya, Regional Managing Director during the opening of the Kenyan store at Westlands,Nairobi .(James Wanzala/Standard)

US print solution provider opens shop in Nairobi. US-based leading ink and toner retailer Cartridge World has opened shop in Kenya. It entered Tanzania in 2015. The store will be based at Heights Building in Westlands.

The firm will open a store in Uganda next Thursday. “Cartridge World is looking to expand its footprint and global brand awareness to many emerging regions such as Africa and today we are proudly launching our operations in Kenya and soon in Uganda,” said Harry Stoubous, Global Chief Development Officer.

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