Amscreen, the leading outdoor screen solutions business, announced today a new partnership with Romag, UK specialists in bespoke glass manufacture. This new deal will see the provision of screen glass that has been designed specifically to optimise both performance and viewability across on-street screen networks.
Romag have a strong pedigree in delivering bespoke glass projects having operated since 1943. The County Durham based business specialises in producing glass for a wide range of applications from curved structures to bullet resistant installs.
The new product will initially feature across Amscreen’s latest portfolio of 75” outdoor displays. The anti-reflective glass has been optimised to maximise light transmission whilst minimising glare. The low-iron display is also toughened, and heat strengthened and includes a solar interlayer to help regulate internal temperatures.
Mark Jones, Managing Director of Romag said “Romag products are bespoke by nature, and our design and build approach has enabled us to compete in multiple markets. We are delighted to have won this contract with Amscreen. We have a shared philosophy of innovation and are thrilled to be able to supply our market-leading glass on such a prestigious contract”.
Simon Sugar, CEO of Amscreen commented “All of our hardware and software is designed with the single-minded focus on the best performing product for our customers. Romag offered us a glass panel that met the very specific requirements needed in these varied and challenging environments. Their product and reputation for quality made them an obvious choice.
We are also very happy to be able to continue to support the local industry and the talents that we are fortunate to have access to within the UK manufacturer sector”.
Amscreen now maintains a network of more than 15,000 screens. This partnership builds on recent product and service innovations including the patented RDM® platform (Remote Device Monitoring) created to deliver reliability and ease of operations and maintenance for network owners across Europe.