CMS plc

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Established in 1993, CMS is one of the UK's largest Distributors of Cabling Infrastructure, Network, IP Physical Security and AV Solutions. With the Head Office and main distribution centre located in Farnborough, Hampshire, the company is well positioned to provide excellent customer service on a nationwide basis. CMS provides high quality, high performance products from leading manufacturers, including: Ackermann, Assynia, Austin Hughes, Bosch, Brady, Cabledec, Cannon Technologies, Comelit, Computar, Corning Cable Systems, Dallmeier, DeWalt, Dymo, Eaton, Erico, Fluke Networks, Genie CCTV, GeoDesy, HellermannTyton, Lilin, Marshall Tufflex, Netgear, Panasonic, PatchSee, Planet, Sharpmark Solutions, Sticklers, TE Connectivity, Wieland and Zcomax.

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