Toshiba (News - Alert) International Corporation, a manufacturer of application solutions to a wide range of industries, expanded its agreement with Bell and Howell, a provider of solutions and services for paper-based and digital messaging.
Bell and Howell offers support and service for Toshiba currency sorters, and this expanded service agreement will now allow the company to tend to the sales and distribution of the sorters throughout the United States in the non-gaming sector.
“I look forward to continuing our growth with Bell and Howell not only as our exclusive service provider but in the expanded capacity as distributor in the non-gaming market,” Yuichiro Ishibashi, security and automation director for Toshiba International Corporation, said in a statement.
Bell and Howell has been the exclusive service and support provider for Toshiba’s currency sorters since 2008. As distributor, Bell and Howell can now provide currency sorter customers with a complete sales and service relationship.
“We are pleased to take our partnership with Toshiba to the next level. Like us, they are committed to providing customers with the utmost quality and service,” said Les Stern, chief executive officer of Bell and Howell.
Bell and Howell will be offering currency solutions to businesses including financial institutions, armored carriers, amusement parks, retail, and transit toll authorities in the United States. The company will also continue to service and support the products through its extensive nationwide network of factory-trained field service technicians.
Toshiba International Corporation (TIC) is a Toshiba America, Inc. Group Company, a wholly owned subsidiary of Toshiba Corporation. TIC is headquartered in Houston, and provides application solutions to a wide range of industries, including industrial, power systems, transmission and distribution systems, and lighting systems.
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