Entatech has given one of its most recent forays a boost by signing a second manufacturer in the form of UK-based screen mounts maker Fronnar.
Back in September, the distie announced it was entering a new category – that of wall mounts for screens or TVs – and inked a deal to push Ross kit, which is made by Nexus Industries.
"As the cost of screens has become more affordable over recent years, there has been an upsurge in demand both from professionals and end users for functional and stylish mounting.
"Multi-screens are widely used within various sectors, such as retail, entertainment and [general] business, but there has also been an increase in dual screen use by avid gamers," according to Entatech.
The company added that Fronnar also offers a bespoke design service, which will enable Entatech to tap into a new market.
Entatech has sealed distribution deals with a number of vendors with monitors and screens that complement Fronnar's kit, it said.
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