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    OEM dealer ?

    I work for a local "office supply" company and we used to buy machines from a local Canon/Toshiba dealer for resale, but since they sold out to Dex they will no longer do so. We can buy from ACM & Carolina Wholesale/Arlington but they have their mark up.
    How would I go about becoming an manufacture dealer and which ones are easy to work with ?
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    Dave

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    Re: OEM dealer ?

    you will need to contact mfg and see what there requirements to be come dealer.

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    Re: OEM dealer ?

    You can contact Scott Connor, Toshiba America Business Systems

    https://www.linkedin.com/in/scott-connor-42887015/

    Both the A3 and A4 line is very solid.

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    Copystar (Kyocera)
    https://copystar.com/en/about-us/dealers.html

    As far as the wholesalers go, there may be a mark-up but I think they'll stay off your back about quotas and such.

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    Re: OEM dealer ?

    Quote Originally Posted by JR2ALTA View Post
    Copystar (Kyocera)
    https://copystar.com/en/about-us/dealers.html

    As far as the wholesalers go, there may be a mark-up but I think they'll stay off your back about quotas and such.


    Copystar is very easy to deal with (it's all made by Kyocera), the best A4 line available which is helpful to newer/smaller dealers as compared to some manufacturers, and training isn't too much of a burden, all the small stuff is online and all the A3 models are covered in one week of classroom training, good warranty program.

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