K-Tuin has just confirmed the purchase of Microgestió and Goldenmac, two well-known Apple Premium Resellers, to consolidate its position in the Spanish market. The company will bring together a total of 28 stores spread across Spain, including one in Andorra. Beyond the increase in the distribution network, the agreement strengthens the presence of the company in the business and education sector.

28 retail stores and strengthening of the business and education sector

The agreement to join three of the largest Apple Premium resellers in the country, firmly established in the specialized distribution channel of Apple products, was born with the support of the multinational Apple and with the firm intention of adding the synergies of a vast experience contributed by each of them and their respective teams of Retail, Business and Education distribution professionals.

In the press release that Applesfera had access to, K-Tuin claims to have support from Apple itself. An essential point, since the APR have agreements negotiated directly with Cupertino to be able to operate, as well as to trade and repair their products. The distribution of stores would be as follows:

19 stores in the northern half, brought by K-Tuin. 1 store in Andorra, in K-Tuin. 5 stores in the southern half, concentrated in Andalusia and Extremadura, supplied by Goldenmac. 3 stores in Catalonia, supplied by Microgestió.

Goldenmac specializes in the education sector, where it is a leader. Micromanagement, on the other hand, is more focused on the professional part of the market. Thus, in addition to geographical complementarity, there is also a specialization by sector. From K-Tuin, they indicate that the three brands will continue their activity normally. There will be no significant change for the customer.

Midis Group has owned K-Tuin for a few years, when the technology group bought this family office. This technological group based in Lebanon has more than 50 years of experience and a presence in more than 70 countries in the Middle East, Africa and Europe.