JoeCo, the pro sound manufacturer of the renowned BLACKBOX RECORDER, designed for capturing live multi-channel audio, has established two new distribution agreements in Europe.
These new partnerships will ensure that a larger number of European pro audio end-users will be able to access the company’s full product range locally.
The new deals, which were agreed on at IBC, follow the announcement that Beirut’s Boujikian Bros has taken on JoeCo distribution in the Middle East.
The first distribution partnership involves Tonspur AG becoming the official JoeCo representative for both Switzerland and Liechtenstein. The company, based in Adligenswil, already has many important pro sound brands on its roster.
“We are delighted to be working with Tonspur in both Switzerland and Liechtenstein,” said Graham Murray, business development at JoeCo. “Their knowledge and reach into the local market is second to none and I’m sure their customers will be excited to get hands-on with the full JoeCo range.”
Tonspur is also very engaged with the local pro audio community, hosting a wide range of regular training sessions. With the addition of JoeCo, the new distribution partner has confirmed that it will be including the British manufacturer’s portfolio in these events.
The second deal sees ABSIS take on JoeCo’s distribution for Belgium. ABSIS is a relatively new entrant to the Belgian market.
“While ABSIS is still a young company, the years of experience they have shines through in everything they do,” noted Murray. “We have been working with Gaëtan on a variety of projects over the last few years and his knowledge of the systems will offer a huge advantage to JoeCo and all of our customers in Belgium.”
“We have been very fortunate to sign agreements with some excellent companies recently who will help us to significantly grow the business,” concluded JoeCo managing director, Joe Bull. “I’m certain that our new European partners will ensure that more people than ever before can experience the benefits of our BLACKBOX, BLUEBOX and Cello families.”