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EXCLUSIVE: Hoover to Move Extensive Range Of Appliances to New Distributor

Sydney-based distributor Tempo has been appointed to sell the Hoover brand of appliances in Australia. It was only 12 months ago that the company secured the rights to the range of appliance products.

The Hoover brand has over 88 per cent prompted brand awareness in Australia following a recent study, with Tempo set to release Hoover laundry, refrigeration, cooling and heating, and dishwasher products in Australia.

Also coming are Hoover microwaves, built-in cooking appliances and a range of small appliances.

Tempo take over the brand on 1 April 2021.

Research reveals that the brand, which was among the top three appliance brands in Australia in the past, is seen as being a “trustworthy and practical” brand. Tempo is set to offer a five-year warranty on Hoover products.

In the refrigeration market, Tempo will be able to offer retailers top- and bottom-mount products, side-by-side fridges, and French door and compact products.

Laundry products will include front and top loaders, vented dryers and combi washer-dryers.

Tempo Director Andrew Stergiotis told ChannelNews that the appointment of Tempo allows the business to offer retailers a high-quality product from a trusted brand.

“Hoover has been around for decades in Australia. Research shows it is a highly trusted brand and we intend to deliver five-year warranty on products as well as a range of products that we believe will appeal to consumers who want efficiency and simplicity in their appliances.”

Tempo’s New Zealand partner will be Pacificomm.



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