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The Harvey Norman Commercial Division is a mecca of comparative shopping for its customers.

The company offers construction industry professionals a wide range of products at preferential commercial pricing. Products include cookware, dishwashers, heating, laundry, refrigeration, security alarms, and audio visual products such as plasma and LCD TVs and home theatre systems, including installation advice.
Some of the brands available include Ariston, Bosch, Delonghi, Electrolux, Ilve, Miele, Panasonic, Samsung, and Westinghouse.

Harvey Norman Commercial Division’s core markets are architects, construction companies, developers, kitchen designers and manufacturers, and volume builders. On larger projects the company deals directly with property developers and project managers.

Harvey Norman Commercial Division commercial proprietor Mark Sneddon says the company’s strong identity in the commercial sector is the result of its ability to create rapport on multiple levels with its customers and their staff.

“This competitive advantage is directly related to the size of our ground force, Mr Sneddon says.
“We can get to many key decision makers and manage that ongoing relationship because we’re committed and dedicated to building solid business relationships with our clients in the long term,” he says.

The company has three branches and 25 staff in New Zealand. Staff focus on establishing direct day-to-day relationships with the industries they serve.
The branches operate closely with Harvey Norman retail outlets, using the shop floors to showcase their range of products and brands.

“We offer clients several advantages. The benefits of our commercial buying power get passed on to our clients. They get not only excellent pricing and expert advice, but a top-class delivery and support system. We work hard at project managing our clients’ requirements to meet their time lines.

“We accommodate all builders and developments based on budget and quality requirements. We work alongside the client to understand exactly what they want to achieve, and then provide options to suit.”

He says the quoting system “is easy to understand, with convenient links directly from our suppliers’ web site, which can then be forwarded to the likes of kitchen manufacturers and joiners for dimensions and fitting instructions.”

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