GB4D snaps up BroaMan’s Best Distributor award
Tuesday, 1 October 2019
broaman-gb4dbestdistri2018ibcTine Helmle (BroaMan), Gilles Bouvard (GB4D), Diane Hivert (GB4D) and Dawid Somló (BroaMan) with the BroaMan distributor award
France - GB4D-Gilles Bouvard has received BroaMan’s Best BroaMan Distributor award for 2018.
The Chambéry-based company specialises in the delivery of some of the most challenging integrated technology projects across the world - find out about its work on the recent Fête du Lac d’Annecy in LSi October 2019. GB4D has also introduced BroaMan’s application engineered solutions to its many customers at at leading French tradeshows SATIS and JTSE.
BroaMan MD Tine Helmle comments: “GB4D sold the most BroaMan equipment during the year, and among their many projects the two that stand out are the major exhibition and congress centres in Bordeaux and Toulouse.”
“We have been working with Gilles and Diane Hivert, who handles the distribution, for many years, and have enjoyed great cooperation and an enduring friendship,” continues Helmle. “They are extremely professional and accomplished in everything they do and we are looking forward to many more years of creating great projects together.”
Gilles Bouvard adds: “We knew of BroaMan thanks to our long association with Optocore. It was when we won the Kuwait shipyard project in 2012 that we started working with BroaMan product for the first time. We were beta testing the first Route 33 with two ring videos on a 5km loop. A LAN was needed to control the video projectors that were installed on the various video projection points, and so we had the start of the Mux22.”
GB4D subsequently developed two video routers for the World Rowing Championships in France in 2014. “This was our start with Route66, Mux22 and Repeat48 CWDM. Thanks to BroaMan technology, the video and audio distribution of the World Championships was a total success.”
With optical networks at the centre of their activity, and a large stock of devices at their warehouse, GB4D is able to support its customers with around 80 Optocore and BroaMan appliances.
“We have an extremely close relationship with BroaMan and Optocore, and can discuss complex projects, as well as the future development of equipment adapted to the needs of our customers. They always support and respond to our requests,” continues Bouvard. “We are very proud of this award and have some excellent projects lined up for the future, that will extend Broaman and Optocore’s reputation further into the audio-visual world.”
(LSi Online)

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