Telecoms distributor Nimans has launched its first-ever dedicated Voice and Data Installation Products guide. The 64-page catalogue contains eight colour-coded individual product sections – structured cabling, fibre, active kit, cabinets, voice products, trunking, tools and storeroom.
The ready reference guide is packed with all the latest products and prices from leading industry brands, according to Nimans’ Chairman Julian Niman who said: “Nimans is driven by the latest technology and new innovations and always seeks to bring the latest cutting edge products to customers. This catalogue further endorses that philosophy.
“We’ve worked hard with new and existing suppliers to ensure we’ve a comprehensive range of products which are both innovative and competitively priced. Coupled with next day delivery, easily accessible technical support and a trained, dedicated sales force, we’re here to make installation projects simple, problem free and profitable.”
The new catalogue follows on from the appointment of Les Szpakowski as Nimans’ Installation Product Manager. Les boasts around 20 years IT experience and his role aims to raise awareness and increase the company’s extensive offering in the telecommunications arena, as the market continues to evolve.
“The installation guide is the perfect reference point for dealers and combines a host of new products with traditional favourites,” said Les. “We have new manufacturers on board such as Fluke Networks and Transition as well as new cabinets which represent excellent value for money. There are also new cables from Austin Taylor, and the RapidNet solution from HellermannTyton which is a key product for installers as it offers a significant reduction in labour, allowing jobs to be completed with far less people than a traditional network installation scenario.”
He added: “We have also introduced some significant price reductions across our product portfolio, bringing even more value to our dealers. We recognise they don’t just buy phone systems from us, they need all the ancillary products as well, at the most competitive prices.”