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LumenRadio appoints Sofitlight for Russia

LumenRadio appoints Sofitlight for Russia

sofitlight_color2.jpgLumenRadio has announced that Moscow based Sofitlight will distribute the award winning CRMX wireless DMX/RDM products in the rapidly growing Russian market. LumenRadio and Sofitlight will present the entire CRMX product portfolio to the Russian lighting industry at the upcoming trade show Prolight+Sound NAMM in Moscow on May 16th to 19th.

Sofitlight is a leading supplier of professional lighting and sound equipment, as well as design and consulting services, for applications ranging from theaters, concert facilities, and live events to indoor and outdoor architectural installations. The company, founded in 2001, already offers an extensive product portfolio including well-known brands such as Robe, MA Lighting, ETC, Avolites, Selecon, Pixelrange, Leaderlight, and Robert Juliat.

"LumenRadio has a solid track record of technological innovation and achievement and the CRMX products have a stellar reputation for reliability and performance around the world", says Sofitlight's General Manager Arcady Shakhidzhanov, "We work with the most demanding professional users here in Russia and pride ourselves in representing brands that offer superior technology and outstanding support. LumenRadio and CRMX were therefore a perfect addition to our entertainment and architectural lighting control product lineup".

"Sofitlight's strong position in the Russian market, as well as the unique prospective they bring to the relationship with their extensive work as lighting designers and consultants, made them an obvious partner for us in this increasingly important territory", comments Anders Ardstål, Vice President Sales at LumenRadio, "It is with great expectations that I personally will be present at the Prolight+Sound NAMM show meeting with key customers and demonstrating our CRMX product range".

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