AVPro Global Holdings has announced that SF Marketing Inc. (SFM) is now the exclusive Canadian distributor of the AVPro Edge line of connectivity solutions, Murideo testing and troubleshooting equipment, and Bullet Train HDMI Cables. SFM, based in Montreal, has proven itself as an organization dedicated to providing service and support to a large number of consumer electronics dealers & custom installation integrators. Their dedication to supporting customers aligns with AVPro’s core values.
“We are elated to strike an exclusive distribution partnership with SFM. They are uniquely positioned to provide service, support, and sales to all the provinces of Canada. We are excited that they share the same philosophy with us regarding training & dealer support. Dealers come first to SFM and AVPro,” says Jeff Murray, CEO of AVPro Global.
“SFM’s CI division is thrilled to have AVPro Global Holdings trust to grow brand-name awareness and sales in Canada.” adds Steven Freytag, general manager of SFM’s CI division.
“In an effort to develop our CI division as a go to distributor amongst commercial and residential custom integrators alike, SFM is pleased to be working with AVPro and their multiple brands each filling a hole in our portfolio. While we are happy to have all four brands, we are especially thrilled to bring Murideo to our customers and to assist them in diagnosing issues while saving them time and money.”
AVPro Global Holdings brands include AVPro Edge, Murideo, and Bullet Train HDMI Cables. AVPro Edge products are used in residential and commercial AV installations for switching, splitting, connecting, and controlling HDMI. The complete product line includes a range of extenders, distribution amplifiers, matrix switchers, multi-viewers, and audio equipment, all engineered with military-grade quality to ensure long component life. Murideo has brought cutting edge testing, troubleshooting, and calibration equipment to the world that was previously only available to the elite. Finally, Bullet Train HDMI Cables provide passive and active optical HDMI cables to the industry with up to 48Gbps bandwidth.