Crestron opens Netherlands facility in Gorinchem

Control and connectivity giant Crestron has opened a new office and showroom in the city of Gorinchem in the South Holland province of the Netherlands. It is designed to accommodate end-users, integrators, interior designers, architects and others.
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Control and connectivity giant Crestron has opened a new office and showroom in the city of Gorinchem in the South Holland province of the Netherlands. The new site is fully equipped with the latest Crestron technology, from the Fusion energy management platform to the new CLED range of luminaires and Sonnex audio servers, which are all integrated throughout the facility.

Designed to accommodate end-users, integrators, interior designers, architects and others, the building is divided into four main areas: a training room, an experience centre and showroom, a meeting room and the office space which is home to the Dutch team.

“With the popularity of ISE, Holland has truly grown into a vibrant hub of the integration world for the EMEA region,” says Robin van Meeuwen, VP of Crestron International. “Crestron having a base here will allow us to gain a stronger position in the industry while making it easier for integrators to reach us and access our full range of training sessions – there has already been a record number of subscriptions to attend!”

The official opening of the office on 7 June coincided with the company's Integrated by Design road show, which provided an excellent networking opportunity for the attendees and Crestron staff.

Local Crestron contacts are Daniel Kerkhof (sales and business development) and Yuri Staal (training and technical support).

www.crestron.eu

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