Port Perry, Canada (February 2, 2009)--Distributors from as far away as Brazil and Singapore recently visited Adamson for its Worldwide Distributors meeting.
Held at the company headquarters and the historic Port Perry Town Hall local community theatre, the meeting found distributors engaged in conversation on all-new developments at Adamson, including a brand-new, 5 stage, in-line wash system, an automated powder line and the automated driver assembly line among other topics. For some, the trip marked their first visit to the factory, so a detailed factory tour highlighting the many new advancements was a must for many.
Over 30 Distributors from France (DV2), Italy (Reference Laboratory), Spain (Seesound), Portugal (Merging Select), Scandinavia (Adamson Scandinavia), Germany (Trius GmbH), Netherlands (Sound & Light Import), Poland (Megamusic), Greece (DN'A), Brazil (Sotex), Latin America (Abba Trading), Singapore & Malaysia & Indonesia (Team108), Korea (Sound Solution), and China (EAD) attended the event which also included Andy Weingaertner and Jochen Sommer joining as European Support.
Adamson used the meeting to unveil a new product series that is now scheduled for an official launch at Frankfurt's Pro Light + Sound in April, but until then the series have been sworn to secrecy with distributors. During an event at Lake Ontario side restaurant "Port" in Pickering, guests were welcomed with champagne, and a sneak peak of the new products. A new DiGiCo SD8 console stood at FOH, with that company's James Gordon and David Webster at the helm. Both had flown in as a favor for Adamson and as a surprise for the distributors, some of whom also represent DiGiCo.
"Many of the best shows I've ever heard had DiGiCo desks on them," commented Jesse Adamson, Adamson Systems director of Marketing and Sales. "When we are going to show off something new, we want to give it the best signal possible, so for us it was an easy choice."
Adamson Systems Engineering