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In a press release Domestic & General has signed a deal with Indesit to exclusively provide warranty cover across Europe for the Italian company that makes Indesit, Hotpoint, Ariston and other brands of appliances.

Domestic & General sows up business with Indesit

The press release from Domestic & General is aas follows.

Domestic & General, the leading provider of warranty and appliance repairs services, is delighted to announce that after enjoying considerable success in Italy and UK, Indesit Company has agreed to extend its product protection services to additional markets across Europe.

Indesit Company is one of Europe’s leading manufacturers and distributors of major domestic appliances, and this 3-year agreement will provide Domestic & General with the exclusive rights to provide warranty products for around 3.5 million products.

The agreement covers the Indesit and Hotpoint Ariston brands, and will feature many of Domestic & General’s unique product-registration and data collection initiatives, including in-box cards, on-product stickers, and innovative on-line registration channels.

Ken Wilson, Managing Director at Domestic & General said, “We are delighted that Indesit Company have decided to extend our partnership across their most important European markets. It demonstrates not only to the high quality of our products, but also to the emphasis we place on customer service and care.

It seems that Domestic & General's relentless efforts to be the number one in appliance warranties is far from over in an area that is currently under review by the Office of Fair Trading (OFT) who's report is expected in coming months.

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