Hewlett-Packard And Dell Terminate Trading in Russia
Dell and Hewlett-Packard, two of the world’s largest computer-shipment companies, have discontinued sales of their goods in Russia
Dell and Hewlett-Packard, two of the world’s largest computer-shipment companies, have discontinued sales of their goods in Russia, joining a growing list of international companies that have ceased operations in Russia.
During the press conference after the results of the first quarter of the fiscal year 2022, Hewlett CEO Enrique Lores announced the suspension of product delivery. According to CRN, HP’s CEO said that the business has planned for “a lot of possibilities” in light of the present circumstances. “Our major priority is the well-being of our workers, their families, customers, and partners,” Lores said. “We are doing all in our power to keep them safe.”
It is also worth noting that the firm will not experience any supply chain transportation challenges as a result of the situation in Russia and Ukraine since HP halted delivery lines via the impacted area last year.
In addition to halting shipments, Dell Technologies said on Tuesday that it is watching the situation to decide its next steps and is trying to assist workers impacted by the crisis, according to The Wall Street Journal.
It’s worth noting that HP’s most popular consumer goods include laptops, displays, printers, and multifunction printers (MFPs). In addition, the firm provided desktop PCs, monoblocks, servers, data storage, and many accessories to Russia. In turn, we are best familiar with Dell as a maker of monitors, laptops, and peripherals. Servers, desktop PCs, network equipment, and other devices are also available from the firm.