Danish-based OEM manufacturer Pascal celebrates its 10th anniversary this year, savouring what the company calls “a remarkable growth rate” since it formed on 1 February 2006.
According to the company Pascal has achieved substantial and increasing year-on-year growth in its business over the last six years, achieving a market position as the number one player in the pro-audio self-powered PA sector with its patented UMAC class-D amplifier and UREC power supply technologies.
Senior VP business development Peter Frentz (pictured, right), explains, “Our remarkable growth rate is related to our having a very clear focus on the pro-audio industry and self-powered loudspeaker applications in particular, from the outset.”
The company introduced its flagship S-PRO2 module in 2013, at the time the world’s smallest 1kW amplifier module with an integrated power supply. The current product portfolio nine amplifier modules covers applications requiring from between 500W to 2.5kW per channel; in single, two and three-channel configurations.
In 2014 the company moved into larger headquarters, where its management, R&D, sales and service activities are based, doubling the number of employees in just 12 months. More than a third of its staff work in R&D. In each of the last three years Pascal has been awarded the prestigious Børsen Gazelle Award, in recognition of its remarkable continued rate of growth in turnover and gross profit.
“Our objective is to be the go-to company for anything pro-audio and self-powered,” adds Frentz. “I think it’s a business model that will keep us at the top of our game for the next ten years and beyond.”
Photo: Pascal founding directors (L-R): CEO Lars Fenger, Jesper Lind Hansen senior R&D specialist and Peter Frentz, with S-PRO2 1kW power module