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Atempo Adds RTS & Telex to its Distribution Portfolio in Turkey

Ankara, Turkey EVI Audio has extended its profitable partnership in the pro audio sector with Turkish distributors Atempo Sound and Lighting Systems to cover the products of RTS & Telex. Atempo Sound and Lighting Systems has four branches in different parts of the country, so proximity to customers is assured.
In November 2005, the highly successful distribution agreement between EVI Audio and Atempo Sound and Lighting Systems in the pro audio sector, which has been in force now for several years and covers the brands Electro-Voice, Midas, Dynacord and Klark Teknik throughout Turkey, was extended to the broadcast and intercom sector with the addition of RTS & Telex — the manufacturer of world-beating broadcast and intercom systems such as the Zeus and ADAM digital matrices and the BTR-700 wireless intercom — to the Atempo portfolio. EVI Audio is pleased to have found a suitable distributor for these lines since, as Manuel Brico, Product Manager RTS & Telex EAME, explains: “The Turkish media market is enjoying a tremendous boom at the moment and it was important to find a well-established and competent distribution partner. I’m sure that with Atempo now in our corner, we are going to be highly successful in Turkey.?
The firm’s proprietor, Müjdat Konuralp (above), founded Atempo Sound and Lighting Systems 20 years ago, and has built the company in the course of two short decades into one of the largest and most important companies in the Turkish pro audio and production sectors. Today Atempo, which employs 82 employees, has branches in Ankara (central Turkey), three locations in Istanbul (northern Turkey), along with an office in the southern city of Antalya, and is therefore able to offer its customers not only its considerable experience and expertise but also prompt service.sector, RTS products are set for a long run of success. Certainly in the intercom sector, the demand for high-end solutions is enormous.?
For more information about Atempo Sound and Lighting Systems, visit their website: www.atempo.com.tr
For more information about RTS & Telex Intercom, visit their website: www.telexintercoms.com

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