Sydney based Syntec claim that they are still the distributor of Sennheiser headsets and headphones despite South Australian Company IPL issuing a press release today claiming that they are now dealing with Sennheiser directly.
Wayne Farren Marketing at Syntec said “We are the distributor of Sennheiser and IPL is not dealing with Sennheiser directly. They are an account of Syntec and they buy their stock from us”.
In a statement issued earlier today IPL Communications General Manager, Paul Scanlan, said “We are delighted to partner with Sennheiser and offer their world-leading headset technology to our distribution partners around Australia. The Sennheiser products are a terrific addition to our voice offerings and will provide important OH&S benefits to Australian businesses. “
“This statement is a misleading. We deal directly with Sennheiser and like a lot of our vendor partners IPL do sell Sennheiser products to end users”.
In their statement issued via a Sydney public relations Company IPL Communications claimed that they can now offer its channel partners the latest in headset advancements including the Sennheiser CC 550, SH300, and DW DECT headset ranges.
They also that IPL will launch Sennheiser headset products to channel partners during April.