Lawo North America Moves Offices to Toronto

Lawo North America Corp., provider of audio-, video-, commentary products and AV-over-IP networking solutions, has moved head offices to a new facility in Toronto to better address increasing demand for the company’s product range. In addition to Toronto, the company’s rapid growth is further supported by separate east and west coast sales and support operations in the US.

Clockwise: Sandra Gama (Accountant), Christian Schniering (Product Support Manager – VSM), Herbert Lemcke (President), and Doug Smith (Engineering Manager).

Clockwise: Sandra Gama (Accountant), Christian Schniering (Product Support Manager – VSM), Herbert Lemcke (President), and
Doug Smith (Engineering Manager).

Lawo NA offers a full range of premium quality audio consoles and routers as well as their V_line video product range, and a new Commentary system specifically designed for large-scale events. The new facility will also house North American sales and support operations for L|S|B’s VSM (Virtual Studio Manager), an overall control system for broadcast installations, OB trucks and remote productions.

“As a rapidly growing number of North American broadcasters and production companies turn to Lawo solutions for both sales and rentals, our new Toronto facility gives us the ability to provide an even higher level of service and support,” said Herbert Lemcke, President of Lawo North America. “In addition to sales and marketing operations, our new location will enable increased administration, engineering and service capabilities to support Lawo products in diverse applications and locations throughout the region.”

Effective immediately, the company can be contacted at:  Lawo North America Corp., 2041 McCowan Road Unit 1, Toronto, Ontario M1S 3Y6 CANADA. Phone +1 (416) 292-0078  Fax: +1 (416) 292-0402.  For more information contact sales-north-america@lawo.com or visit www.lawo.com.

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