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Seymour-Screen Excellence Gears Up for 2024

Appoints four new rep firms; installed a robotics PNP assembly line/ANSI clean room, and announces no price increases for 2024.

Seymour-Screen Excellence has made a number of announcements that will have an impact on the company throughout 2024 and beyond.

This month, rep firm Morris Tait Associates began representing Seymour-Screen Excellence in Southern California and Hawaii, and, starting February, in Clark County, Nev., and Arizona. MTA’s team consists of veterans John MacDonald, Darren Kolotyluk, Brenda Kehler, Jeff Malik, Kevin Whitmer, John Savali, Scott Wallis, Matthew Grover, and Alison Morgan. MTA offers dealers solutions of the same pedigree as Seymour such as StormAudio, Wisdom Audio, Sony projectors, and Sonance/James Loudspeakers, and is well-versed in film screens having represented several lines in the past.

Other new appointments include Nova Marketing (Michael Doperalski), which reps Grimani Systems, StormAudio, Barco residential, and RowOne in the Upper Midwest; Savvy Sales and Marketing (Shawn Nanney), which reps Barco residential and more in the Midwest, and MJP Marketing (Michael Pupo, Jack Rainey), which reps RowOne and other premium brands in the Mid-Atlantic.

New Motor Control System

Seymour-Screen Excellence has also launched the Series ONE masking control system, which is designed and manufactured in its facility in Ames, Iowa. The company recently installed a state-of-the-art robotic PNP assembly line — a six-figures investment — there, which is the centerpiece of a new ANSI/ESD S20.20-2021 PCB assembly clean room.

No Price Increase for 2024

Finally, the company announced that it is carrying its 2023 pricing into 2024, meaning no price increases. Seymour will continue to ship its masking systems in custom-built wooden crates without charging its dealers for delivery.

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