Endurescreens, a specialist in the design, manufacture and installation of world-class projection screens, has announced its latest development, a multi-functional screen frame. The company is also launching a new promotion for 2021, after a successful year that saw it grow into new markets.
During the course of the last 12 months, Endurescreens has delivered more than 10 screens around the world and has also worked on two projects in regions that are new to the company, the US and Vietnam. This includes delivering a 203 square-metre flying theatre screen to Pigeon Forge in Tennessee.
Endurescreens’ new Multi-Function Screen-Structure is suitable for a wide range of screen variants. This will form the basis for several different kinds of screen shapes and applications, like dome theatres, flying theatres, planetariums, dark rides, immersive tunnels and more, with no limitation in terms of size, type of screen or shape.
This new offering is tailor-made and can be adapted to clients' needs. It is engineered by the company's European team to both European and US standards.
"We always keep our promises even in this hard period. We are delivering first-class projects at the agreed price, at the expected quality and at the agreed time," says Lei Yin, Director of Sales.
"Endurescreens is committed to delivering flawless screens at full speed. The flying theatre at Pigeon Forge, for example, took us only 8 months, from design, hardware production to installation completion. Our new Russian and UK Installation Teams made it happen."
COVID-19 has had a huge impact on the industry and is continuing to affect the supply chain and the price of raw materials. As a result, the company is encouraging its clients and partners to order now for any upcoming projects and is offering to deliver screens next year at the 2021 price, if ordered before the end of the year.