Cubix Latin America, a leader in wholesale technology, recently announced it will now carry Logitech brand products, making them available through all of their e-commerce websites.
Since its inception in Venezuela in 1990, Cubix and its board of directors have aimed to establish partnerships with the largest manufacturers in the IT market, offering robust products that are internationally renowned.
In 2003 the company began operating in the United States. During that same year, Cubix consolidated its presence in Central America, opening offices in Costa Rica, Dominican Republic and Guatemala.
This first stage of expansion laid the foundation to incorporate the Andean region to the network of subsidiaries, with Colombia, a country with large demands, in 2007. Panama followed in 2010, and early in 2011, Cubix was established in Peru, thus initiating its incursion in the Southern Cone region. This growth has turned Cubix into an organization with an international scope, consisting of more than 300 professionals and experts in different disciplines providing support to an estimated of 12,000 customers in the region.
Logitech products are distributed in more than a 100 countries through e-commerce sites such as Cubox, with a representation of over 30 different brands.
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