(Copenhagen, Denmark--January 28, 2013) Dan Technologies A/S, one of Europe's most active suppliers of broadcast and communications equipment, systems and services, announces the opening of a new company in Indo-China. Danmon Asia Ltd will provide product distribution, system integration and post-sales support to the television, radio, professional audio, telecommunications and multimedia markets.
Headquarters of Danmon Asia in Hanoi.
"Our objective is to assist the entire creative community in the region as they progress from hardware to more efficient software-based solutions," says Dan Technologies CEO Ole Clausen. "Danmon Asia is headquartered in Hanoi with additional premises in Ho Chi Minh City and will implement representative offices in Laos and Cambodia. We are representing some of the world's leading manufacturers to offer individual products, total systems and after-sales support throughout the region. The Danmon Asia team will be present at key trade events such as the Vietnam International Broadcast and AV Show (VIBA) in Ho Chi Minh City early April and Broadcast Asia in Singapore mid June. Danmon Asia is also ideally positioned to offer informed product demonstrations to potential customers so that they can actually try out the latest technology.
Management of Danmon Asia Ltd includes Robert Rosenberg (Managing Director), Bjarne Pedersen (Sales Director), Dung Nguyen (Office Manager/ Finance) and Coung Nguyen (Audio Product Manager).
Dan Technologies A/S is the parent company of Danmon Danmark, Danmon Norge, Danmon Svenska, Soundware Danmark, Soundware Norge, Soundware Sverige, Danmon Systems Group, Hiltron Communications, NTP Technology, ATG Broadcast and ATG Middle East. Established in 1981, the Dan Technologies group has developed into one of Europe's leading suppliers of audio, video and transmission equipment, systems and services. The group's operations cover a wide spectrum ranging from delivering stand-alone products to designing, installing and commissioning studios, large outside-broadcast vehicles and complete television and radio stations. The group continues to develop its areas of expertise through the acquisition and formation of companies with complementary interests.