British manufacturer Avolites has appointed of Montreal-based AVL Media Group as its sole Canadian distributor of its full range of lighting control and video products.
“Avolites is an iconic brand offering an exceptional portfolio of lighting and video products, unique in the Canadian market,” says Andrew Hope, managing director of AVL. “We are excited to expand our vertical offering with this partnership as Avolites continues to innovate. The newest Titan 10.1 and Ai 10.0 releases allow our clients even more creative freedom whilst significantly streamlining preproduction and programming time.”
Roland Pro AV Canada has announced the appointment of Harry Boyce, CTS – Harry Boyce & Associates – to represent Roland Pro AV in British Columbia, Alberta, and Saskatchewan. This announcement is now in effect.
As the Roland Pro AV product lines continue to expand in this region; this appointment answers the growing need for expanded sales support, according to Roland. Harry Boyce is a 30-year veteran of the professional AV industry, has worked as a manufacturer’s representative, system designer, production engineer, and technician. Specializing in the design of integrated AV and control systems, his technical expertise will provide dealers with most any level of technical sales support that they may require.
Wayne Korhonen, principal and owner of The CETEC Group, has announced a manufacturers representative agreement for Vivitek products. Vivitek, a brand of Delta, is a manufacturer of visual display and presentation products and will be represented across Canada by the CETEC Group.
“The CETEC Group’s expansion to represent Vivitek visual displays and presentation products fully integrates our customer focused technical, design and support capabilities, delivering class leading value to integrators, specifiers and resellers,” says Korhonen.
Paul Bronfman, chairman and CEO of Comweb Corp. and equipment provider William F. White International Inc. (Whites), has announced that the company has entered into a first-in-Canada exclusive partnership/representation agreement with California-based drone company, Aerial MOB.
PureLink, a provider of HD and UHD/4K video connectivity solutions, has signed an distribution agreement with Erikson Commercial, will now be selling PureLink’s catalog of audio and video matrix routing, signal distribution, extension, and conversion systems.
“Erikson Commercial is very excited to partner with PureLink,” says Erikson VP, Christian Bouchard. “They are an innovative and established company that was first to market with several now standard technologies that shaped the nature of our industry,” he added. “We feel privileged to be introducing to the Canadian marketplace the many solutions PureLink offers, they are indeed a rare commodity, a high quality manufacturer that can offer both affordable and competitive solutions. Consultants and dealers alike will come to realize the high levels of integrity and professionalism that PureLink brings to the table. And all that both on-time and within budget; that’s the edge that makes the difference,” concludes Mr. Bouchard.
GLP Inc has increased its North American presence with the appointment of a new Canadian distributor. GLP Inc President Mark Ravenhill has confirmed that Montreal-based AVL Media Group will take on distribution with immediate effect.
AVL Media Group company was founded by Steve Kosters, and is headed by experienced MD Andrew Hope, who has 30 years’ experience in the world of live entertainment.
Pliant Technologies, the new professional products division of CoachComm, has appointed AVL Media Group as the exclusive distributor of its wireless intercoms in Canada.
“The superior performance and scalable nature of the CrewCom system makes it a future proof investment for our customers and will help ensure excellent long-term ROI for them,” says Andrew Hope, managing director for AVL Media Group. “In addition to the exciting new CrewCom products, Pliant’s exemplary customer service and deep understanding of wireless communications technology create an obvious opportunity for a successful partnership.”
Rendez-vous 2016, CITT’s annual trade show and conference, will be heading to the Centennial Concert Hall in Winnipeg, MB from Aug. 18-20.
Organizers say this year’s event will feature a new schedule for the trade show with visiting hours over a two-day span on Thursday and Friday. Corporate Day with the new Product Show ‘n Tell Breakfast will kick off the Thursday morning. The Education Forum and Roadhouse Roundtable discussion are scheduled for Friday and Professional Development Day will take place on Saturday. The annual general meeting will return to an AGM Luncheon on Friday.
Eurotruss has named A.C.T Lighting, Inc. as the exclusive distributor of its family of products in North America. Eurotruss is one of the leading suppliers of aluminum truss systems worldwide. Its new Knoxville, TN facility supplies North American customers with plated, spigotted, and conical truss plus a full line of roof systems, wind-up stands, stage decks, barriers, and rigging gear.
Robert Juliat has announced the appointment of ACT Lighting Canada its new exclusive distributor in Canada, following the conclusion of a relationship with MDG which has chosen to focus on developing its own brand. The new arrangement with ACT Lighting took effect on Jan. 1, 2016.
“We have worked with ACT Lighting in the USA for the past year and have been exceedingly happy with the relationship that has formed between our companies in this region,” says Robert Juliat CEO, Francois Juliat. “It is a logical transition for ACT CANADA to take on our distribution in Canada following MDG’s decision to cease all distribution of other brands. ACT Lighting has offices in Toronto as well as Los Angeles and New York and we are confident the new arrangements in Canada will prove as successful as those in the USA.”