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Trade Rental Analog


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processors now available to rent or buy for your own fleet


AVM’s hire department carries most rental grade Christie projectors and lenses, along


with flat panel displays and projection screens The department is headed up by Glyn Harries who has worked in the live events industry delivering technical solutions for event management and end user clients for the last 21 years.


Having spent many years delivering live events, Glyn knows how essential it is to have a reliable contact when hiring products. Not only does he offer clients a wide range of brand leading products at a competitive price, but works with them to ensure the right products are specified correctly in line with their instructions. And if you have a problem, there will be someone at the end of the phone who understands and will do all they can to solve any issues without question.


Why rent from AVM? We promise you:-


√ Meticulous servicing and maintenance by our Christie trained technicians ensuring all products are fully calibrated and operational before leaving our premises


√ Competitive pricing allowing you to protect your margin √ Trade only – we never compete with you


√ Friendly and dedicated support team ready to offer advice and support to meet all your needs


Glyn Harries Rental Manager


Why not try us out for your next rental requirement. Call 01276 418034 or email rental@avmltd.co.uk


HIRE & RENTAL


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