Alfa Aesar Introduces New “GET” Channel Partner Program
News Apr 24, 2014
Alfa Aesar has announced that it will commence a new Grow and Expand Together (GET) Channel Partner Program. The GET Program will facilitate the development of research chemical distribution relationships between Alfa Aesar and key channel partners.
The GET Program, headed by Zachariah Holt, Alfa Aesar Channel Manager for Research Chemicals, Americas, builds on synergies and opportunities as identified jointly by Alfa Aesar and its channel partners.
Alfa Aesar is committed to its customers through technology, quality, value and service. Alfa Aesar is actively looking for partners who share these same beliefs as well and the goal of continued excellence.
Through cooperative training and joint promotional activities, Alfa Aesar’s GET Program will be developing current distribution partnerships as well as seeking others who demonstrate a desire to grow as partners with these shared goals.
Commenting on the program, John Shirley, Business Development Manager said: “The GET Program is an excellent opportunity for new partners to emerge for Alfa Aesar and for existing partners to share in continued growth. I look forward to seeing the growth and expansion of sales to the benefit of Alfa Aesar and its selected partners.”
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