Aimline signs new distribution agreement

The manufacturer of digital steerable loudspeaker columns has revealed that Trius will become a distributor for Germany
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Aimline ALX-8, Trius

Aimline, a German manufacturer of digital steerable loudspeaker columns, today announced that Trius will become a distributor of its speakers in Germany. Trius, based in Ibbenbueren, North Rhine-Westphalia, joins existing German distributor PAN-direct.

"For Trius the collaboration with Aimline will further help to complete our portfolio in the project business," says Trius CEO Hubert Dierselhuis. "Integrating the Aimline ALX series with their Dante I/O into our projects together with our Symetrix Dante products will give us an added advantage." (Pictured is the ALX-8.)

Aimline MD Tobias Schulte adds: "We see TRIUS as a one-stop-solution for the project business. By combining our two companies we can target a much larger market."

Aimline, a relatively new company, made its show debut at ISE in February. It is led by a team of veteran pro-audio professionals including Schulte (ex-Tannoy and Turbosound), Nigel Miller (formerly of Tannoy and Tascam) and Claus Behrens (Lab.gruppen, TC Group).

www.aimline-audio.com
www.trius-audio.de

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