Swedish Trading launches broadcast solutions
Panasonic and Swedish Trading Audio Visual, launched a series of new
file-base broadcast solutions. Through the partnership Sensys Singapore
(Pvt) Ltd. principal distributor for Panasonic Broadcast Solutions in
Sri Lanka will set up a service centre catering to the evolving
technology and customer needs.
The launch ceremony and workshop 'Panasonic File Base Broadcast
Solutions' was held recently at Hotel Taj Samudra with the participation
of principals from Panasonic, Sensys, the management of Swedish Trading
Audio Visual (Pvt) Ltd. and a clientele of over 50 professionals in the
broadcasting and AV production industry.
Managing Director Sensys Singapore (Pvt) Ltd, Khoo Cher Leong said,
"We've been in the Sri Lankan market for over 10 years, this is a period
to take another step forward. We are happy to announce the setting up of
Sensys Singapore Service Centre to serve broadcasters and production
houses in the country."
"Basically we will be training staff in Sri Lanka to repair and
provide technical support and consultation for our clients.
This also means that whatever technical product we introduce to the
market we will keep on upgrading it, to provide our customers the latest
innovation to their businesses," he said.
General Manager, Swedish Trading Audio Visual (Pvt) Ltd, Anuruddha
Gunasekara said, "Sri Lanka has immense potential to upgrade its current
technology to the latest available. This is an opportunity we will be
targeting through our partnership with Panasonic and Sensys."
"We also have products for small businesses which will further boost
the entrepreneurial capacity. We constantly provide our clients with the
perfect solution through total integration; this is one of our values we
stand by," he said.
Manager, Broadcast Regional Operations Centre, Panasonic Systems Asia
Pacific, Kotaro Sakuma said, "For Panasonic Corporation this is the
first time we are entering the Sri Lanka market to cater to the
broadcasting segment. Sensys has been doing a great job in this region."
"We will be providing all our expertise, knowledge transfer with
regard to new innovations and technologies in the market through the
Service Centre," he said.