MEXICO CITY – (March 25, 2015) – Christie®, a global visual technology company, is pleased to announce the opening of its new office in Mexico, which was officially inaugurated at an event attended by customers and business partners in the country, as well as senior members of the Christie management team. The new facility, which also serves Central America, represents the logical next step for Christie’s leadership in the Mexican market, providing an unrivalled level of service and support to its clients and partners.
The new facility occupies over 302 square meters and hosts a vast area devoted to sales, service and training. It also has several dedicated spaces including a showroom displaying Christie’s latest technologies, several rooms for seminars, training courses, commercial meetings and staging live demos, along with an extended sales open space. Among the products on display at the office areChristie® MicroTiles®, Christie Brio™, Christie Solaria® One, Christie CP2220 and different LCD panels from the FHD Series. As well, the Christie Vive Audio™ cinema sound system – the world’s first audio system to feature a unique ribbon driver technology? in a single enclosure line array design, purposely crafted and built for entertainment environments – will be available for demonstrations.
The office will also host a Network Operations Center (NOC), which will provide remote monitoring and comprehensive maintenance for Christie cinema products, along with preventive servicing and on-site emergency response.
Christie’s new facility is located in Bosques de las Lomas, a neighborhood in western Mexico City that hosts offices of key Mexican companies and international firms. Heading the operation as General Manager Mexico territory and Central America is Ernesto Armus, who will be supported by a team of engineers, administrative officers and sales managers representing all Christie’s business units.
Christie Executives and Customers Tour Facility
“The new office represents our long term commitment to growing our business in Mexico, a truly dynamic region for Christie where we have had great success over the years and we continue to see massive potential for more growth,” said Armus. “We will now be able to offer to our trusted partners and end users a more efficient service and quicker response support team, and of course our new facilities will be open to them for their own use.”
Jack Kline, president and CEO, Christie Digital Systems USA, Inc., said the opening of the facility in Mexico is critical in meeting the accelerating demand for Christie’s digital cinema, Pro AV, visualization and simulation solutions and services throughout Mexico and Central America. “Investing in local resources and training will ensure that Christie will b