Eminence Partners With TCH To Expand Distribution

September 20, 2006

Chris Rose, Eminence Distribution and Marketing Manager says, “Eminence and TCH both cater to the needs of OEM enclosure and amplifier manufacturers, as well as some of the best music products dealers in the United States. We have been carefully evaluating distribution options that would allow us to better serve the South Central US. TCH is a solution driven company that has a very capable team of salespeople and customer service experts. The TCH Dallas location, along with the knowledge of the TCH staff is the perfect solution.” "It’s a great opportunity for customers looking for extra savings by buying all their case hardware needs from one place.” says Guy Gelso, TCH’s Eminence Product Manager. Additionally, Eminence pro audio speakers and components compliment the TCH offering of Defender cabling solutions in terms of simplifying the ordering needs for events and production companies.

TCH sales is a global solution center for industrial, laminate panel systems, foam fabrication and custom products. Established in 1976, the company has been supplying the speaker cabinet and ATA case manufacturing industries in North America for 30 years. TCH has four distribution centers across the US and Canada. While servicing these markets, the organization has also expanded into the industrial marketplace as a supplier to the transportation, telecom, enclosure, medical and metal fabrication markets.

This year, Eminence Speaker LLC celebrates its own 40-year anniversary of serving the musical instrument and professional audio markets with custom OEM and branded Eminence products. Custom manufactured Eminence loudspeakers are often standard equipment in products made by Fender, Yamaha, Gibson, Epiphone, Hughes and Kettner, Kustom, VHT, Aguilar and many other professional brands. Branded Eminence products are also available on a consumer level from music stores and distributors internationally and throughout the US.

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