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By | Team Register 14th July 2005 10:37

C2000 extends credit lines for SME resellers

£11.5m bonanza

Computer 2000 is doubling credit lines to 1000 smaller resellers. And the Tech Data-owned distie is making credit lines of £5000 available to another 1,300 dealers who previously had cash with order or credit accounts.

The group comprises resellers which currently do "relatively small amounts of business with the company on a regular basis". The extra credit is worth £11.5m, C2000 says.

Alistair Brett, C2000 sales director, says the facility gives these resellers "room to manoeuvre". The extra credit is already in place for most of the 2,300 resellers, but some dealers will need to supply additional information. ®

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