B-Tech AV Mounts has acquired Mode-AL Display Engineering, strengthening B-Tech AV Mounts’ position in the professional AV market.

Mode-AL, founded in 2000, is a designer and manufacturer of multiple monitor mounting solutions for Digital Signage, Broadcast, the collaborative environment, the retail sector and high-end AV. 

Typically catering for high-end bespoke products and solutions, these solutions have been installed in a variety of applications from monitor stacks and desking systems in broadcasting and industrial process control rooms to structures supporting digital signage in shopping centres, department stores and large blue-chip receptions.

Mode-AL also offer solutions for meeting room and auditoria such as collaborative systems and an award-winning range of lecterns for the corporate and education sectors.

 Acknowledged as the originator of the first Flat Screen Monitor Stacks, Mode-AL has developed an enviable, global client base of broadcasters, system integrators and end-user clients such as, BBC, BT, Cisco, Debenhams, Sainsburys, Airbus, Turner, Sky, Sony, PayPal, Morgan Stanley, NATO, Ernst & Young, Price Waterhouse Coopers, Ford, Aviva, Bank of America, Bloomberg, Mercedes, Siemens and the UK & US governments.

Matt Bennett, CEO of the B-Tech International Group, says, “The integration of Mode-AL into the B-Tech AV Mounts family will allow B-Tech to offer enhanced solutions including expanded product range, specialist knowledge and expertise into the existing B2B markets of both B-Tech and Mode-AL.”

With B-Tech’s System X Range already established as a popular multi-screen solution for many installers, Model-AL’s range strengthens this offering further and allows B-Tech to provide a comprehensive range of solutions for many applications.

Mark Walker, Director of Operations (UK) for B-Tech, adds, “We are hugely excited about being able to bring an increased portfolio of solutions to the B-Tech customer base as well as bringing the level of service and support that we are proud to be known for to Mode-AL’s customers.”

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