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Samsung opens its first Sabah digital centre in Kota Kinabalu

1st June, 2010

KOTA KINABALU: The first Samsung Digital Centre (SDC) in Sabah was launched yesterday at Huat Ming Enterprise (HME) in Kompleks Karamunsing yesterday. To mark the occasion, opening specials and discounts would be offered for purchases until 30 June.

The purpose of the SDC was to bring all Samsung products – its latest audio-visual, home appliances, digital imaging, mobile phones, IT products and accessories – under one roof for the convenience of customers, remarked Vice President of Samsung Malaysia Electronics, Chan Lock, during the opening of SDC.

Samsung hoped to be the market leader in every category with customers and dealers as the cornerstone to achieve this objective, Chan said.

“Huat Ming Enterprise is proud to be part of the Samsung family,” said Pius Lee, HME Director of Marketing, “and the channel for which consumers will experience converging technologies.”

Samsung harnessed the power of digital revolution to create groundbreaking products and services that would take consumers and businesses beyond imagination, Lee continued.

   
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