Prolyte appoints Prostage distributor for Norway
Friday, 7 October 2022
prolyte‘The values of Prolyte fit seamlessly into that of Prostage’
Europe - Prolyte has announced its expansion in Norway with the appointment of Prostage as its new distributor in the country.
Prostage AS was established in 2008 in Oslo by CEO Gunnar Waldemar Naas. Since then, the company’s main goal has been to offer high-quality professional lighting, sound, and stage products at an affordable price.
“I am thrilled to work closely with Prolyte and their technical team in a distributor capacity, having worked with their products in a wide variety of projects for more than 20 years. The quality of their products, combined with their well-known level of know-how and service makes Prolyte a solid partner, and the collaboration will further strengthen our position in the Norwegian market”, said Kai Vidar Bech, technical manager, of rigging & stage machinery.
Prostage is the exclusive distribution partner in Norway for several market-leading brands and has a wide product portfolio catering to a large array of business areas in our industry. Its main offices are equipped with a full showroom, sales offices, warehouse, and product repair workshop.
Awarded with the Gaselle prize six times in the last eight years, a prize given to companies based on criteria such as increased turnover and profitability, Prostage has established itself as one of the leading players in the industry.
William Voskuil, sales director of Prolyte, added: “We are proud to introduce Prostage as an official Prolyte distributor in Norway. It is a great step in providing the Norwegian market a professional point of contact.
“The values of Prolyte fit seamlessly into that of Prostage; a professional approach, safety in our industry, service orientated, and local availability.”
Among Prostage’s customers are some of Norway’s largest TV studios, rental companies, AV installation companies, churches, schools & educational institutions, as well as cultural institutions including The National Theatre and The Norwegian National Opera and Ballet.

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