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Liberty AV Solutions Partners with DataVisual
Posted on Monday, August 19, 2013
New distribution agreement extends Liberty’s presence in the Canadian marketplace
COLORADO SPRINGS, Colorado—August 19, 2013—Liberty AV Solutions announced a new distribution partnership with DataVisual to better serve Canadian commercial audio-visual integrators from British Columbia to Newfoundland.
Consisting of Liberty Wire and Cable, Fibertron, PanelCrafters, and Intelix, Liberty AV Solutions’ entire product line will be available to DataVisual’s customers, including their industry-leading lines of cable, connectors, plates, panels and electronics. “We are excited to be a Liberty AV Solutions distributor,” said Benoit Kislisch-Lemyre, General Manager of DataVisual. “The breadth of products available to our customers from Liberty will strengthen our portfolio in supplying the highest quality products in the audio visual communication markets.”
DataVisual’s extensive coverage of the Canadian integrator market will help cement Liberty’s presence in the audio video and data installation market. “We are pleased to add DataVisual to our growing distribution team,” said James Blumhardt, VP of Business Development & Consultant Relations of Liberty AV Solutions. “Through this new partnership, all the Liberty AV Solutions brands will experience significant growth in the Canadian market.”