TRT chooses Shotoku

Shotoku wins Turkish support tender.
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Shotoku Broadcast Systems has been awarded a tender from Turkish Radio Television (TRT) for a significant complement of manual camera support gear. Working through Istanbul-based Basari, TRT placed an order comprised of the Company’s professional tripods systems paired with heavy duty pan & tilt heads – all technically qualified and approved by TRT. Shotoku Sales Manager David Shepherd announced this important company sale from its European headquarters in Staines, UK.

“Naturally we are very pleased to see Shotoku’s continued growth in key regions such as Turkey,” says Shepherd. “We are confident that our professional systems will offer Turkish Radio Television the superior level of quality, support and reliability for which Shotoku is known. We view such a substantial sale of Shotoku support gear systems to TRT as another positive step in our continued efforts to make serious inroads in this important territory and better serve our customers in these particular areas of the world.”

TRT opted for various Shotoku tripod systems including the SP compact model, and numerous units from the Company’s heavy-duty TT/TD camera support range. The tripods offer excellent price/performance features and accommodate applications ranging from production to broadcast, studio, OB and EFP camera support. The tender also includes SH100 pan & tilt heads, Shotoku’s premier ENG/EFP unit, and the recently launched state-of-the-art SX300 fluid head, ideally suited for a variety of applications and the latest portable camera systems.

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