China Film Group Purchases 800 Barco Digital Cinema Projectors

on December 05, 2012

Beijing, China,-Dec 3, 2012 -- Global digital cinema technology leader Barco is supplying 800 digital cinema projectors to the China Film Group (CFG), which is leading the digitalization process for cinemas in China. To support this process, CFG will purchase a large quantity of Barco digital cinema projectors to convert existing theaters to digital and to supply newly constructed digital cinemas. What's more, the annual number of devices purchased from Barco will increase each year.

China Film Group's procurement plan for 2013 calls for more than 800 digital cinema projectors, offering a wide range of models to ensure the perfect match for every screen, from the premier theatre to small and mid-sized cinema.

The ultimate cinema experience
"As a digital cinema leader, we continually invest in China and its digital cinema development. So we are really pleased that China Film Group has selected our leading technology to further develop the digital cinema market in China. This roll-out of digital cinema technology to many more theaters will enable China's film industry to reach and benefit a large audience of moviegoers," commented Wim Buyens, Senior Vice President Entertainment for Barco. "Our comprehensive range of cutting-edge digital cinema solutions including 3D cinema sound, advanced digital cinema projection technology and digital signage will offer Chinese moviegoers the ultimate cinema experience."

Close partnership
Mr. Chen Xuxiang, General Manager of CFG Barco, stated: "We are grateful for the trust and support we have received from China Film Group over the past few years. After many years of effort in digital cinema projection, we have developed trend-setting technologies and comprehensive after-sales services. We look forward to continuing our close partnership with CFG and to establishing long-term relations with other premium exhibitors to provide them with advanced technologies and top-quality service."

[DCinemaToday.com]

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