- Drone company, Draganfly (CSE:DFLY) is launching a global dealer network for its drone technology solutions
- The network will provide support to professional dealers who commit to purchase, represent, and sell Draganfly products
- Dealers can receive procurement, marketing, pre-sale, and post-sale support through the network
- The company has already welcomed several North American dealers to its network, with interested parties in several other countries
- Draganfly (DFLY) is down 1.64 per cent and is currently trading at C$0.60 per share
Drone company, Draganfly (CSE:DFLY) is launching a global dealer network for its drone technology solutions.
The company manufactures products for unmanned aerial vehicles, remotely piloted aircraft systems, and the unmanned vehicle sector.
The new network will provide support to professional dealers who purchase, represent, and sell Draganfly’s products. Tier one and two dealers will receive procurement, marketing, pre-sale, and post-sale support through the network.
The company’s dealers can also offer product demonstrations, training, and post-sales support to new and existing customers.
Draganfly’s COO, Patrick Imbasciani, commented on the launch of the network.
“The time is right for us to increase our distribution and product support through the launch of a global dealer network.
“This move should expand Draganfly’s brand, service capabilities, and sales reach exponentially across new markets and industries,” he said.
Draganfly has already welcomed several dealers from Canada and the United States to its new dealer network. The company is also reviewing interest from parties in Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the Middle East.
One of the company’s new dealers, James McKay, operates in the western United States. He noted that Draganfly’s products have applications for a wide range of customers.
“We’ve already been very successful selling Quantix Mapper to a variety of our customers with mapping needs, including those working in agriculture, land management, and infrastructure.
“Thanks to its performance, ease of use, and reliability, the product just about sells itself every time I demonstrate it,” he said.
Draganfly (DFLY) is down 1.64 per cent and trading at C$0.60 per share at 9:43am EDT.