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Aluratek honored by Ingram Micro Canada

The Irvine-based company received the Best New Vendor award for its tremendous growth in 2008.

By Kristen SchottPublished: January 14, 2009 10:29 AM

Aluratek, which designs and manufactures consumer electronics, was named Best New Vendor by Ingram Micro Canada. Aluratek partnered with Ingram Micro, which has U.S. offices in Santa Ana, in 2007.

Despite an unstable economy, the company experienced a large amount of growth in 2008, making it one of Ingram Micro Canada's top consumer electronics vendors.
"Even with the current economy, Aluratek has proven its stability as a driving force in the consumer electronics industry,” says John Henderson, director of consumer electronics and digital signage of Ingram Micro Canada. “We look forward to Aluratek’s continued growth in 2009.”

Aluratek develops hardware and consumer products such as Internet radio, external storage and digital photo frames. The company recently launched a USB Internet radio jukebox. Users can stream Internet radio from more than 150 countries.

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