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Meyer Sound Germany expands operations to Montabaur

Gavin Canaan
Gavin Canaan
Meyer Sound has announced that its German operations have moved from its location in Polch to much larger offices in Montabaur, Germany. The move comes as a direct result of the business growth that the office has experienced over the course of the past two years.
“Since joining Meyer Sound Germany nearly two years ago, we’ve experienced a strong and consistent level of business growth due to the high demand for Meyer Sound products and services - our business has more than doubled in size and we’ve increased our staff accordingly,” says Jim Sides, Managing Director of Meyer Sound Germany. “We are elated to have the opportunity to move into a facility that is ideally suited, both in its location and amenities, to help us better serve our expanded base of customers and support our continuing growth and success in the German and Scandinavian markets.”
The new offices are strategically located midway between Frankfurt and Cologne and provide Meyer Sound with the ability to conduct on-site product demonstrations for customers, consultants, sound designers, students and potential business partners, enabling them to experience the power and capabilities of Meyer Sound’s products and support services first-hand.
The new location in Montabaur has a seminar room to host a variety of the company’s education programs and training seminars. The dedicated space for training combined with Educational Program Manager Gavin Canaan’s move to Europe this year, demonstrates Meyer Sound’s commitment to the expansion and strengthening of its educational program throughout Europe. In addition, later this year a dedicated Matrix3 audio show control system programming room will be completed, adding even more capabilities to the new facility.
Meyer Sound Germany’s new Montabaur location is at Horresser Berg 4a and the phone number for the main office is +49 2602 99908 – 0.
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