Huntkey Expanding in Iran
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Huntkey Expanding in Iran

Huntkey, a Chinese power supply provider, together with its local distributor, Avang, is expanding in Iran with a number of marketing activities.
Two new signboards have been set up in Iranian Mall, which is the biggest IT mall in Tehran, PR Newswire wrote.
The company said their products, including power supplies, power strips, power banks and parts-in-one PCs are offered at different shops.
"Huntkey products are of the highest quality. We set up these big signboards, so that customers can find Huntkey easily," shop owners  were quoted as saying.
Another shop set up a new signboard inside Bazaar Reza, the oldest IT mall in Tehran. That shop offers every single model of every Huntkey product. In the meantime, the Huntkey road show is also being held in Reza Mall and will last for three months.
Huntkey and Avang started cooperation in 2011. Within four years, Huntkey has become the first power bank brand in Iran, as well as one of the top five brands in power supply and top three in power strips. In future, Huntkey will continue its efforts to provide more quality products and first-class services to Iranian users.

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