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RCF USA, Inc. recently moved into new warehouse and office facilities based in Edison, New Jersey.

Edison, NJ (September 30, 2011)—RCF USA, Inc. recently moved into new warehouse and office facilities based in Edison, New Jersey.

The 22,000-square-foot facility, centrally located on the East Coast, was chosen to accommodate both current and future needs of the company, which has reportedly seen exponential growth over the past several years.

“We are constantly working on better serving our growing customer base of audio professionals with world-class products fueled by innovative technology, backed by the industry leading service and support,” states Roni Nevo, president of RCF USA, Inc. “Our goal goes beyond building awareness of the RCF brand to educating our customers about the significant benefits they can realize by utilizing RCF products, as well as providing them with the true audio and technical solutions they require. The new location and facilities further our ability to deliver on these objectives.”

RCF opened its first U.S.-based operation in 2005, joined by sister company dBTechnologies. Since then, RCF has made in-roads for live sound and fixed installation applications, most recently at the U.S. Open tennis championship in Queens, NY, the Sweetwater Festival in Atlanta, The Roots Festival in Baltimore, and Tonic Bar in Times Square, Manhattan.

Staff members joining Nevo at RCF USA include John Krupa, Director of Sales, Simon Nathan, Director Live Sound and Installation, and Paul Friedman, Market Development.

RCF was founded in 1949 in Reggio Emilia, an Italian city with mechanical and electronic industries. Through the 1960s RCF established itself as an OEM components manufacturer of transducers and was reportedly the first audio company in Europe to build and utilize a high-level transducer research center. The company expanded to the installation marketplace, developing widely used 100-volt public address electronics, amplifiers and loudspeakers utilized in airports, hotels, schools, factories and public buildings. By the 1980s, the company expanded on its transducer expertise to develop complete professional loudspeaker systems. In more recent times, the company has produced the ART Series, a line of active loudspeakers with composite-molded cabinets, and the TT+ High-Definition Touring and Theatre Series, which is based around amplifiers equipped with DSP and transducer technology.