Electronics Production | December 03, 2007
Nokia to self import directly to Russia
Mobile phone maker Nokia will start with direct delivery of mobile phones to Russia.
With this decision Nokia will manage to supply its products, preventing shortages or overstocks. Direct sales to retailers will start during the first quarter next year. A source told Kommersant that the cost of switching the delivery system will be low, entailing mainly the rental of a warehouse outside Moscow.
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