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JSJS secures direct Amazon distribution deal

JSJS Designs has secured a direct distribution deal with Amazon to sell its home automation range of products.

JSJS Designs has secured a direct distribution deal with Amazon to sell its home automation range of products.

The company's products were previously sold via Amazon through a distribution partner but Amazon has now introduced the product directly and will fulfil orders from its own stock.

The move follows the distribution of the JSJS LightwaveRF technology by a number of other high-street brands including B&Q, Screwfix, and Maplin.

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Commenting on the launch, Mike Lord, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of JSJS, said: "This further cements our ability to get the recognition of big brands for our product range and their increasing interest in this fast growing sector. This will significantly help with product awareness and builds on our direct Internet sales strategy announced in December and Ebuyer, Dabs and BT Shop announced last month."

JSJS specialises in the design and development of home automation systems such as lighting, heating and door entry systems.

JSJS' share price was down 4.96% to 0.58p at 10:37 on Friday.

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