DWR to distribute Clay Paky in South Africa
31 May 2012
South Africa - Clay Paky has appointed Johannesburg based DWR Distribution as its exclusive distributor for South Africa.
The appointment is a direct response to the continued growth in the creative and entertainment industries in South Africa, a sector that, according to the Department of Trade and Industry, is valued at around R7.4-billion per year.
Commenting on the appointment, DWR's Duncan Riley says, "I'm delighted to be adding the Clay Paky range of lighting fixtures to our portfolio of professional lighting products. Clay Paky is spearheading some of the most innovative and exciting developments in lighting technology design and the resulting products respond directly to the needs of end users.
"It's undeniably one of the most exciting brands in the entertainment lighting arena. We're looking forward to bringing Clay Paky products to all the sectors we operate in including: theatre, television, live events and concerts along with the ever emergent architectural and architainment markets."
Pio Nahum, chief commercial officer for Clay Paky adds, "Clay Paky is delighted to welcome DWR as its exclusive distributor for South Africa. As one of the world's top brands in entertainment lighting technology Clay Paky fixtures are specified in every sector of the entertainment market from TV to opera, live events to rock and roll. We believe that Duncan and his team at DWR have the right contacts and business attitude to bring valuable focus to our brand in the region."
Massimo Bolandrina, Clay Paky sales manager for South Africa, says, "I urge both new and existing players to call on DWR's experience, knowledge and capability in all things lighting technology and discover for themselves what Clay Paky products can bring to their own projects and businesses."
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