JLE to serve rental and install market in Sweden
JÖNKÖPING, Sweden – Since 2003 when it purchased its first ARCS constant curvature system, Swedish rental company JLE Audio has grown its inventory with a range of L-Acoustics products that count Kiva and Kara II line arrays, followed by the recent addition of the new A Series. JLE provides quality equipment and service to live events and installations across Sweden, and its appointment as an official L-Acoustics Certified Provider Rental (CPr) and Certified Provider Install (CPi) allows them to offer extended service and expertise to its client base.
Over the years, JLE has fulfilled a growing number of projects, and as a result, their rental stock of L-Acoustics cabinets has grown correspondingly to almost 200 cabinets. “It makes perfect sense for us to solidify our relationship with L-Acoustics by becoming a member of the partner network,” explains JLE’s Johannes Jonsson. “It gives us increased expertise and ready access to support from the global family of L-Acoustics partners, which means that we can assure an elevated level of service and expertise to our clients.”
Most recently, JLE has increased its presence in the strategic installation market, completing projects including Gnosjö Missionskyrka and Pentecostal churches in Mullsjö and Jönköping and Performing Arts Centres such as the Skövde Stadsteater.
“Johannes and his team have identified key areas of growth in Sweden, and have helped us nurture strong relationships with end-users,” says Han Dohmen, Regional Sales Manager at L-Acoustics. “We’re excited to welcome them into the partner network and look forward to working together to help them create engaging experiences for audiences across a wide variety of events and venues in Sweden.”
“We’ve always had a positive experience working with the L-Acoustics team,” concludes Jonsson. “They understand the Swedish market, and their ability to help us create sound solutions that are perfectly tailored to our clients’ needs is a strong advantage for us. We look forward to building the future of sound in Sweden together.”