Arteriors Signs Agreements for Distribution in 18 Countries

ArteriorsDALLAS-Arteriors has reached sales agreements with four European and Russian distributors to expand its product availability to 18 countries.

The new agreements are with sales distributors Latitude 39, Wohnkulter, Kafuji and Litehouse Agency. They will increase Arteriors' product distribution to cover Spain, Portugal, Morocco, Germany, Austria, The Netherlands, Switzerland, the Czech Republic, Slovakia, Romania, Hungary, Bulgaria, Denmark, Belgium, Luxembourg, Ukraine, Kazakhstan and the Russian Federation.

Mark Moussa, Arteriors' founder, said the new agreements are "an ongoing part" of the company's effort to expand in Europe and Asia. "I regularly travel to Europe and have met with customers who are anxious to gain easier access to our products, and I am thrilled that we are now able to bring Arteriors to this region of the world," Moussa said.

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