publitec recently expanded and updated its screen portfolio with more than 100 units of AV Stumpfl‘s acclaimed MonoClip system, and additional Fullwhite systems.
AV Stumpfl‘s global business development manager Jan Walter elaborated on the advantages of the MonoClip system: “If you are touring and have to assemble and disassemble projection screens regularly, you are bound to know some of the challenges that rapidly changing temperatures can entail. With MonoClip, the traction of the surface material is basically distributed more equally.“
publitec’s procurement specialist Tim Rothstein commented on some of the reasons for the substantial investment: “It’s extremely important for us to always have an adequate amount of high quality systems in stock, so that we can react to the market demand at any point in time. MonoClip is not just a great concept, but has proven itself on the road, which is why more and more of our customers ask for it.”
Due to the fact that MonoClip screens bear a striking resemblance to the widely adopted Monoblox systems, these two systems can be employed next to each other, without visually affecting a complex presentation or stage environment.
“Time and time again, publitec gives us essential feedback, which enables us to align our product ideas with the real on-the-job requirements of our industry. It is this kind of constructive relationship that has made products like MonoClip such a great success internationally,” concluded AV Stumpfl’s global marketing advisor Hans Christian Stucken.