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Endurescreens remains committed to clients during the COVID-19 pandemic

Endurescreens COVID-19 statement

Endurescreens, a specialist in the design, manufacture and installation of world-class projection screens, has released a statement to its customers in response to the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak.

Endurescreens would like to assure its customers that it is ready to provide support during the current worldwide pandemic. The company believes that, now more than ever, connecting and strengthening partnerships is key. It is committed to working closely with its clients throughout the crisis.

The current situation means that many industries are being affected, including the planetarium, museum and entertainment sectors. This is an area where Endurescreens’ high-quality projection screens solutions are an important part of the overall guest experience.

Providing support

While production has slowed in Europe, Endurescreens’ parent company in China is picking up production.

Endurescreens is in limited operation until 14 April 2020 but would like to make it clear to its clients, partners and suppliers that the team is still available to answer questions. Team members will be happy to assist where possible, while also respecting government restrictions in order to help curb the spread of the virus.

Contact information

To reach Endurescreens while the team is teleworking from home, you can contact them in the following ways:

  • For general inquiries: email Endurescreens Head Office or call +36 1 808 9456
  • For sales: email Lei Yin or call +43 676 4991138
  • For technical and project support: email Ronald Potgieter or call +36 70 244 7213

A spokesperson for the company said: “One of the most important things besides fighting the global Covid-19 crisis is not losing sight of the positive. We will get over it together and look forward to future, challenging, amazing projects.”

Endurescreens is offering an additional discount of 15 % for all contracts signed between 1 April and 30 June 2020.

Last year, the company launched a new, revamped website in order to provide a user-friendly browsing experience to all visitors. The site has a fresh look and feel and is home to more information about the company and its projects.

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