(October 7, 2003) Northridge, CA--Harman Pro North America (HPNA), the U.S. distributor for AMEK, BSS Audio and Soundcraft, has relocated all of its operations from Nashville, TN, to Northridge, CA.
According to HPNA vice president and general manager Kim Templeman-Holmes, the move will enhance service by providing customers with support until 6pm West Coast time. "From our new location in Northridge, we can support customers in all time zones until the very end of their business day," Templeman-Holmes said. "At the same time, because we are integrated within the larger Harman campus, we will be able to facilitate communications from the field to all levels of Harman management and maximize synergies with the other Harman brands."
Coincident with the relocation announcement, Harman Pro North America also said that it has now added a fourth Harman International company to its portfolio--Studer. Templeman-Holmes commented, "Studer's long-standing reputation for delivering some of the professional audio industry's finest products is certainly well known. And forward-thinking new offerings like the Vista 7 digital production mixer demonstrate that the company is not simply content to rest on its laurels. We look forward to bringing Studer's products to a wider customer base throughout the United States."
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