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Exeed confirms exclusive NZ distribution of AV mounting solutions provider

26 Sep 13

Exeed limited has this morning announced that it has become the exclusive New Zealand distributor of Atdec AV Mounting Solutions.

A market-leading designer and manufacturer of AV mounting solutions, Atdec is based in Sydney.

“Atdec produce beautifully designed and robust display, projector and notebook mounting solutions with really clever features, like the post installation screen height adjustment incorporated in the modular Video Wall Mount system”, says Justin Tye, Managing Director at exeed.

“We expect strong interest from New Zealand IT resellers selling solutions into commercial spaces, POS, offices, education, digital signage and healthcare markets.

"AV specialists and resellers installing home entertainment solutions will also be very interested in the range”.

Atdec products are designed, developed and tested to a minimum 10,000 cycles by the engineering and design team in Sydney with the majority covered by a 10 year warranty.

They are also designed to minimise the impact on the environment and all products are ‘Designed for Disassembly’, DFD, which means that are made to be taken apart easily at end of life.

Atdec’s range is constantly evolving in line with the latest flat panel, projector, tablet and POS technologies in the market according to the company's managing director Jerome Green.

“Atdec exports to over 20 countries and our mounts are found in train stations, airports, fast food restaurants, public spaces, multinational corporations and homes," Green says.

"We see huge potential in the New Zealand market where customers demand superior features, operational flexibility, ease of use and durability.

"“We have chosen exeed as our partner in New Zealand as they are a value added distributor selling large quantities of products complementary to the Atdec range such as digital signage, monitors and notebooks."

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