Sales across the range for Pro Lab
UAE: Dubai-based distributor, Pro Lab, has had a successful start to 2016 with a number of notable sales right across its product range. The distributor has sold equipment from all of its major brands into the rental and install markets across the UAE and internationally.
The largest proportion of the sales have come in the events market. This has seen significant purchases from the likes of JK58, Mramez Events, Fonoon Events, Fantazia Events and Levels AV.
JK58 has invested in Turbosound IQ-15 and IQ-18B speakers, along with products from Roxtone and Vision. Levels AV has made additions to the visual side of its inventory with purchases from Chamsys, Vision and Roxtone.
Mramez has opted to expand its existing roster of TW Audio speakers with further Vera 36 cabinets, as well as T24N and B30 enclosures. In addition to this, the events company has also looked to Powersoft for new amplifiers, adding a pair of K3 DSP. Fonoon has equally looked to TW Audio and Powersoft by adding the German manufacturer’s C15 speakers and the Italian company’s M50Q HDSP.
The largest purchase on the events side has come from Fantazia Events. The company has made a significant investment in TW Audio, including C15, B30 and T24 cabinets, as well as Vera 36 and Vera S33 enclosures. Amplification is again via Powersoft with K3 DSP and M50Q HDSP units purchased. Alongside Roxtone cabling, Fantazia has also added a variety of lights from Vision and trussing from Plustruss.
In a final pair of sales for Pro Lab has seen Al Dar Group in Bahrain has purchase a TW Audio system comprising 12 Vera 10 in white, four Vera S18 also in white and four white T24N. These are powered by six Poweresoft K3 DSP amplifiers and connected via Roxtone cables. Finally, Al Oula Radio at the Hamdan Bin Mohammed Heritage Centre has added a Turbosound Milan M15 system with Roxtone stands and cables.
‘2016 has brought good business opportunities for Pro Lab,’ said Pro Lab general manager, Jan Tarakji. ‘A lot of event companies are looking to buy new products, new technologies and some of them see that it’s time to get rid of old stock and replace it with new products. The installation and integration sector is showing some good hope for this year, maybe not for the first quarter of the year but surely the third and fourth quarter.’