MGG purchases first new J-Series projectors in Africa
SOUTH AFRICA: South African rental staging company MGG has announced the purchase of four Christie Roadster HD20K-J three-chip DLP purpose-built, event-staging projectors. These will be the first of the new J-Series projectors to be deployed in Africa.
MGG has been steadily increasing its investment in Christie pro A/V systems, starting with LCD and one-chip DLP, moving to three-chip DLP, UHP illuminated M-Series and now onto the J-Series digital projectors.
‘Over the last couple of years we have purchased a number of Christie products and have been particularly impressed with their quality and reliability, so when we were looking for projectors that could enhance our capabilities and offerings, they had to be Christie,’ said Mark Gaylard, owner of MGG.
‘We are delighted to have MGG, a true pioneer in the event technology rental sector, on board as the first owners of the Christie Roadster HD20K-J digital projector on the continent to meet the growing demands of the African market,’ added Gustav Barnard, technical and education manager at Stage Audio Work. ‘Congratulations to Mark on his investment.’
‘We have been building a strong relationship with MGG via our partner Stage Audio Works over the last two years, so we are particularly pleased that they have chosen our Roadster HD20K-J projectors to enhance their rental staging offerings,’ commented Phil Lord, Christie’s territory manager for Africa.
‘In addition, this deal will be backed by our outstanding service and support, and we are keen to explore ways of helping them to grow their business still further in the future.’