The LED display manufacturer also announced that it would strengthen service localisation and will establish its own offices in some major countries in the region.
Absen launched a series of latest LED displays at the Atlantis, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai last week. The launch coincided with the company’s fifth anniversary in the Middle East.
One of the highlights of the evening was the launch of its LED display Aries, aimed at professional rental companies for high-end corporate events, auto shows and broadcast applications.
Aries promises to deliver laser-sharp, life-like images with its 1.5mm pixel pitch and combines 4-in-1 integrated pixel configuration and Common Cathode technology. This range features Integrated Matrix Device (IMD) 4-in-1 LED packaging technology and Common Cathode (CC) technology. IMD makes the LED panels stronger than traditional rental LED display products and LED repair much easier allegedly due to the expanded operation area and improved PCB pad.
Another highlight was Absenicon, a presentation solution for conference rooms, boardrooms or auditoriums. Absenicon comes in four different standard sizes ranging from 110″ to 220″. It features a wider viewing angle, higher levels of brightness, contrast and color saturation than traditional projectors and LCD displays.
Absen also launched its mesh LED display for any environment that demands quality images and display transparency. It features a high level of transparency and brightness, ultra-slim design and robust stability, aimed at retail shops, banks and other applications.
Absen took the opportunity to announce that it would strengthen service localisation and will establish its own offices in some major countries in the region although no concrete details were released.
Eric Chen, the company’s Asia General Manager, said: “In the past five years, the sales of Absen Middle East branch have increased rapidly, and the performance is definitely a bright spot. In addition, the team members have grown greatly and will continue to grow. In terms of after-sales service, it had become more convenient for Absen to sending engineers to repair solutions on-site for a customer locally than send it to China. The progress that we made whether in sales performance or service network development and other aspects are remarkable. At the same time, our cooperation with customers is very close as well. As a result, we have decided to strengthen our operations with more service centres in the region.”