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KYOEISHA (Japan) adds Barco's RLM-W14 projectors to their projection rental inventory
Posted on Thursday, September 24, 2015

KYOEISHA, Barco’s V&H partner in Japan has purchased ten of Barco’s RLM-W14 projectors for their rental fleet. With this order, the company – which is celebrating its 50th birthday in 2017 – is clearly displaying its intention to remain at the forefront of the AV sector in Japan for decades to come.

Headquartered in Osaka, KYOEISHA has been a Barco partner in Japan for many years. Highlights in its extensive portfolio already included Barco’s V9m LED display,  the HDF-W26 projector for large venues and the RLM-W8 projectors for mid venues.

Big in Japan

The decision to expand its offer with the RLM-W14 was made back in February 2015. In the Japanese professional rental industry, investing in big quantities of one particular product is very rare. However, the sheer quality and design of the RLM-W14 convinced the KYOEISHA team to add ten units to their fleet at once.

“Barco’s RLM-W14 projector has blown us away with its incredible performance,” explains KYOEISHA’s president Mr. Kazuo Sato. “No other supplier offers such brightness with a 100V drive. On top of that it is just so easy to use. We are absolutely thrilled about this product and the great service from Barco.”