On July 19 Robe announced it would shift its Australian and NZ distribution of its Robe and Anolis brands to Jands. In the announcement, it asked current customers of ULA, who for 2 decades have distributed its brands, to continue to work with ULA until the current order pipeline is cleared.
ULA then made the following statement:
Universal Lighting and Audio (ULA Group) confirms Robe’s advice that all parties who have been actively designing orders for Robe or Anolis products with ULA should continue to finalise their orders through ULA.
ULA Group will continue to provide the same innovative and seamless client service it has been renowned for over the past 25 years. Robe and ULA will continue to provide full warranty support and service for all Robe and Anolis products sold by ULA.
The ULA Group brand has been synonymous with Australasia’s most iconic and innovative projects and is a leading supplier to the entertainment, architectural, lighting and visual industries.
Iconic projects it has supplied include the Marina Bay Sands hotel and casino complex inSingapore, the Bolte Bridge in Melbourne, Elizabeth Quay in Perth, the Gateway Bridge and Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane and the Adelaide Oval.
Events it has supplied include The Australian Open, 21 Pilots and Guy Sebastian concert tours and the “X-Factor” television series to name a small few.
ULA Group continues to expand its focus on premium entertainment, architectural and visual lighting and video solutions able to meet the needs of its growing client base.
ULA’s new ‘state of the art’ showrooms continue to be opened, with the latest in Brisbane last week, Melbourne to be opened on 10 August 2017, and new showrooms opening in Sydney, Perth, Auckland and Shenzhen before the end of the year.
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