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Videoworks opens Lauderdale-based company

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The Videoworks Group, a provider of AV and IT integration for yachts, has opened a subsidiary based in Fort Lauderdale. Videoworks of Americas will service yachts fitted with Videoworks systems, including technical training of crew.

“Videoworks of Americas, Inc. represents a very important step in the international growth of our group,” stated Mauro Frattesi, executive director of the new company. “With a direct presence in North America and the Caribbean and a dedicated team of 10 technicians based in Fort   Lauderdale, we will be able to provide all our customers with instant service and practical technical support.”

Videoworks of Americas staff

The group’s other subsidiaries include Videoworks S.p.A. (in Ancona and Viareggio, Italy), and Videoworks Europe BV (in Aalsmeer, Netherlands). For more information, visit videoworksgroup.com.

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