AV distributor CUK Group has signed a deal to exclusively distribute Maior, a manufacturer of luxury, motorised TV lifts to residential and commercial integrators in the UK and Ireland.  

Maior (Latin for greater) from Italy is a global manufacturer with extensive experience in the field of mechanics and high-end aesthetic design. It has built a reputation for creating silent motorised TV lift systems including fully concealed ceiling mounted systems, flush mounted ceiling models, fixed telescopic ceiling-mounted systems, floor and furniture TV lifts. 

Each solution, which is compact and intuitive to deploy, is designed to offer architects, system integrators and customers the power to reimagine spaces within residential developments and office environments.

Maior designs and engineers its systems to offer reliable and silent operation with a wide discretion of movement. The motorised TV lifts are designed for easy integration with home automation systems, with fully concealed electrical systems and mechanisms.

The Maior range includes the Flip 900R and Flip 100 concealed ceiling systems; the Flip 900 and Flip 90, which retract flush with the ceiling; the ‘Lift’ motorised ceiling-mounted telescopic TV lifts and the ‘Levante’ floor TV lift designed for furniture concealment. 

Commenting on the new partnership CUK Group, MD Stuart Thomson says, “the goal of our business is to bring new, innovative, high quality solutions to our integration customers, so we’re delighted to be expanding our residential CI offer with the proven pedigree of the Maior brand. It’s a perfect complement to our range of custom residential and commercial product solutions.”  

Maior’s Business Unit Manager Dario Ricci states: “the key to Maior’s success is to combine the quality of our products with the highest level of service. In this sense, we are excited to start this new collaboration with CUK Group for the UK and Ireland market. It will be a pleasure to work with a partner with whom we share fundamental values such as the availability and the importance of human relationships.” 

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