Westcoast has announced a new partnership with British device protection experts tech21.
This deal means Westcoast will now stock a key range of tech21 products focused for the B2B channel, ensuring the company’s products have a wider UK reach than they have ever had before, as well as access to top-level Westcoast support, finance and logistics services.
Based in Twickenham, London, tech21 has spent the last decade building up a strong reputation in phone, tablet and laptop protection. Its devices are designed and tested to withstand multiple drops, rather than losing effective protection after one drop. This approach has earned plaudits from users and businesses alike, with tech21 earning partnerships with major brands, including Google, Huawei, Samsung, OnePlus and Motorola. As a result, tech21 is one of the fastest growing tech companies in the UK.
tech21 devices are built with high-quality materials, with the business setting a target of 40% plant-based substances by 2020, and utilise BioCote technology, which provides antimicrobial characteristics and better hygiene for handheld devices.
Speaking about the new partnership, Colin Woodward, CEO of tech21 commented: “We’re very excited to announce this new partnership between tech21 and Westcoast. Westcoast has a lot of experience, influence and capability in the UK tech landscape and we look forward to learning from that.
“tech21 products are designed to be smarter, better looking and longer lasting than rival cases. We don’t want our customers to have to compromise on anything. We make sure it isn’t all talk either, we vigorously test every product we produce, so we can prove just how much better they are. I’m sure Westcoast customers will love them.”
Ashley Watts, accessories commercial director at Westcoast, added: “tech21 have shown their prowess in providing robust, brilliantly designed cases and covers for the devices our users need to work. So, working with them seems like an obvious extension. We’re looking forward to offering tech21’s products to our customers, across a whole range of industries.”
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