LANG partners with Samsung to strengthen professional LED display business

posted on Monday, 12th March 2018 by Steve May

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European AV wholesaler LANG has partnered with Samsung to offer a full range of LED display solutions for system integration, fixed installations and project business in the B2B segment. Lang’s service portfolio ranges from professional sales advice to rental of specified LED applications.

Samsung offers an extensive range of business LED products for both indoor and outdoor installations, from 1.2mm to 16mm pixel pitch, and has recently moved into the cinema space with a DCI compliant LED display for theatres.

LANG says it can now offer Pro AV integrators tailor-made solutions for every type of project requirement. "In a strong partnership like this, it is a pleasure to offer thoughtful and individualised concepts in system integration, “ says Lang CEO Tobias Lang. “With Samsung's quality products and LANG's expertise and high level of service, we will be able to provide customised state-of-the-art B2B solutions." LANG specialists will also offer help with planning and implementing large-scale projects. Lang will cover warranty issues, maintenance, repairs and on-site services.

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“Customer satisfaction is created foremost through strong partnerships, where everyone contributes with their expertise. The outstanding indoor, outdoor and cinema LED solutions from Samsung together with the range of services provided by LANG, including extensive project support, will inspire our customers and help to further establish the LED technology in the market," comments Markus Korn (pictured top), Samsung’s Director of Displays.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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