Dash cam manufacturer, Nextbase has chosen Ingram Micro as its Australian distributor less than 12 months after launching into the local market.

Ingram Micro works with over 2,000 suppliers globally including Apple, Cisco, HP, Microsoft and Samsung.

Nextbase managing director, Richard Browning said with more retailers selling more dash cams, having the best possible distribution network was critical to ensure Nextbase could get their products in the hands of businesses and customers reliably.

“Ingram Micro are at the top of their game, just like we are, so there’s an obvious synergy between our two organisations,” he said.

“The appetite in Australasia for dash cams is only increasing, with one in four Australians now driving with a dash cam installed, and our sales indicate that this will only increase. Since our arrival in the region, our unique features such as Emergency SOS and integrated Alexa voice control have resonated with buyers who want to operate only the best dash cam.”

Nextbase dash cams range from $99 to $549 with the flagship 622GW 4K model featuring world-first Emergency SOS system, ability to record 4K quality video, digital image stabilisation and integrated Alexa voice control.

Nextbase dash cams are available through Repco, JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman, The Good Guys, Officeworks, Bing Lee and Camera House.