Oki to close Irish office

Martin Deignan
Martin Deignan, Oki

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8 May 2017 | 0

Oki has released a statement announcing the closure of its Irish office. From 1 July Oki’s Irish business will be managed from the UK. According to a statement released today, the majority of the local sales team will remain in place.

“Oki has given this move careful consideration and is taking every step to minimise the impact of this change,” said country manager Martin Deignan (pictured).

“We have established an already highly experienced team to support our customers with their ongoing business requirements and our customer service will continue as before to the same high standard.

“Oki is dedicated to making this transition seamless for all of our affected customers and partners. We hugely appreciate their business and remain committed to meeting their requirements now and into the future… We would like to thank them most sincerely for their business and friendship and hope to meet again soon wherever the future takes us.”

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