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Bart Van der Beken appointed  General Manager of PIXLED

Bart Van der Beken appointed General Manager of PIXLED

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Belgium based PIXLED has announced Bart Van der Beken as its new General Manager.

Van der Beken has over 10 years of knowledge and experience in the LED industry, working for market leaders like Barco N.V and Element Labs Inc, and brings with him an excellent network of contacts from across the major EMEA and APAC rental and staging companies.

PIXLED is the worldwide sales and distribution operation for the PIXLED range of lightweight, high brightness LED screens.

This fast rising, dynamic brand manufactures a wide range of LED surfaces for all types of applications, from touring and mobile to permanent installations. There is a full range of standard products available, and 'specials' can be customised as required.

Van der Beken has a huge energy and enthusiasm for the technology and all its possibilities, and also for the industry in general. He is very positive about expanding PIXLED's business in all sectors, and in taking the company forward over the coming years, which will include imaginative and proactive marketing campaigns.

He states : “I am very honoured to be taking up this exciting new challenge, and immediately accepted the post after seeing the wide and refreshing new range of ultra lightweight PIXLED LED products. There is a great future here".

There is already a substantial customer base offering PIXLED products in their rental fleets, and Van der Beken "Looks forward" to working with everyone and bringing PIXLED to many new R&S companies in addition to the larger European players already using the displays.

For more information about PIXLED, please visit www.pixled.com

For more press info on PIXLED please contact Louise Stickland on +44 (0)1865 202679 or +44 (0)7831 329888 or Email [email protected]'. To contact PIXLED direct, please call +32 (0)59 33 99 10 or check www.pixled.com

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