On Thursday, computer giant Dell said it has inked a five-year, multimillion-dollar deal with aircraft producer Boeing to provide and maintain the company’s printers in North America, the Associated Press reports via the Chicago Sun-Times.
Lionel Menchaca, a Dell spokesman, said the contract is worth tens of millions of dollars, and at first it will involve Boeing’s facilities in California, St. Louis and Washington, according to the AP.
Dell will install all of Boeing’s printers and continue to maintain them, providing supplies such as toner, paper and other components, the AP reports.
Dell currently provides maintenance services for Boeing’s desktop and laptop computer systems, according to the AP.
Joe Marengi, Dell Americas’ senior vice president, told the AP, “We value our long-standing relationship with Boeing, and we work hard every day to earn its trust.”
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