Samsung Whiteware set for S.S.A.B.’s Trade promotion

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SAMSUNG TECHNICIAN AT S.S.A.B.: Nineva Vaitupu and Nick Sang Yum

SAMSUNG TECHNICIAN AT S.S.A.B.: Nineva Vaitupu and Nick Sang Yum

Samsung Whiteware NZ is joining SSAB’s Golden Experience Trade promotion 2017 for the first time.

 “Samsung whiteware range is one of the most popular and fast selling product line at the Megastore. People of Samoa are always buying fridges and washing machines for homes, hotels and other organisations,” said C.E.O Fiti Leung Wai

Representing Samsung Whiteware NZ at the Golden Experience Trade promotion 2017 is Mr. Steve Hodder who is the Key Account Manager of Samsung electronics in New Zealand. 

Samsung NZ confirmed Steve Hodder’s attendance at the Trade promotion a few weeks back and Mr. Steve Hodder is looking forward to seeing existing customers using Samsung Whiteware products and people of Samoa who may have any enquiries concerning any product within the Samsung range. 

With only a few weeks away from the Golden Experience Trade Promotion happening this month, SSAB was able to gather some feedback from lovers and users of Samsung whiteware products in the country whether they had bought their machines from SSAB who is the only authorised service centre for Samsung White ware in Samoa or from any other authorised reseller and service centre in New Zealand or Australia. 

Mr. Tuuomaalii Nineva Vaitupu of Vailima and Lalomanu explained that he is a fan of Samsung brand and he is always driven by this global brand.  

“When I go to any store in Samoa or in New Zealand I would always ask for Samsung branded products when I do my purchases because it’s the brand i trust” said Mr.Vaitupu. 

Mr. Vaitupu purchased most of his Samsung white ware products from New Zealand and he is happy that Samsung has an authorised service centre for these whiteware products in Samoa.  “This is the most important part to me as a customer, the after purchase service, there is no use in buying big items from well-known international brands and there is NO one to fix it”. 

Samsung endorsed SSAB as the only authorised service centre of Samsung Whiteware products in Samoa in 2014. The endorsement came with the strong support from Samsung New Zealand through the implementation of updated products and servicing trainings throughout the past years up until now and not to mention the substantiated 2 year warranty on all the Samsung White ware products in which Samsung and SSAB really look after. 

 “It’s good to bring the machines to people who know how to fix them, rather than giving it to people who don’t have a clue at all” said Mr. Vaitupu.  

Edwina Mati of Manono Tai echoed Mr. Vaitupu’s statement and said that her feedback is pretty straightforward about her Samsung washing machine which she bought from SSAB. “It’s just simple, with my machine before, I had to manually operate it so it can work but with my Samsung washing machine now everything is very simple especially when the washing gets done by a simple press of a button or simply automatic” said Edwina Mati. 

Mrs. Mati also pointed out the other important feature that she wants the Samoan people to know which is the “energy rating” of the Samsung washing machines. “I do a lot of heavy washing in the weekends with 4 or more loads and my cash power doesn’t get eaten up quickly by the washing that I do, it is a machine I would recommend for Samoan people to use” 

Mr. Vaitupu and Mrs Mati were very happy when they were told that the Samsung representative, Mr. Hodder will be in the country for SSAB’s Golden Experience Trade Promotion 2017.

“I will be there during SSAB’s Golden Experience Trade Promotion to see how Samsung can reciprocate me as a regular customer of Samsung White ware” Mr Vaitupu giggled. 

Samsung White ware NZ extends an invitation to all Samsung whiteware users and Samsung customers to come to SSAB Megastore on Friday 21st  or Saturday 22nd April and talk to Samsung’s representative, Mr Steve Hodder from New Zealand regarding  inquiries you may have on any Samsung product. 

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