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TAIT acquires Stage Technologies and Delstar Engineering

In a merger of market leaders in automation, staging and engineering for live entertainment, TAIT has acquired Stage Technologies and Delstar   Engineering.

Both companies are well established, with TAIT focusing on the touring market and Stage Technologies on permanent installations for opera houses, theatres and other permanent large-scale installations; alongside automation rental for London’s West End and beyond.

“Over the last few years we have seen the advantages of transferring knowledge and working practices from concert touring to other markets, such as corporate and theatre to provide our clients with more efficient and cost effective staging and automation solutions,” Adam Davis, partner at TAIT Group, said.

“As the creativity of our clients continues to push the boundaries of technology, the amalgamation of Stage Technologies and TAIT will allow our teams to respond to these needs with greater resources and provide better value engineered solutions.”

Mark Ager, CEO Stage Technologies Group added that clients would benefit from increased capacity and the ability to offer a greater diversity of hardware and software around the globe.

Founded in the UK in 1994, Stage Technologies was one of the world’s first dedicated theatre automation specialists. Recently joining forces with the staging engineering specialists at Delstar Engineering, the Stage Technologies Group has offices in the UK, Las Vegas, Macau, Hong Kong and Australia.

TAIT acquires Stage Technologies and Delstar Engineering

In a merger of market leaders in automation, staging and engineering for live entertainment, TAIT has acquired Stage Technologies and Delstar   Engineering.

Both companies are well established, with TAIT focusing on the touring market and Stage Technologies on permanent installations for opera houses, theatres and other permanent large-scale installations; alongside automation rental for London’s West End and beyond.

“Over the last few years we have seen the advantages of transferring knowledge and working practices from concert touring to other markets, such as corporate and theatre to provide our clients with more efficient and cost effective staging and automation solutions,” Adam Davis, partner at TAIT Group, said.

“As the creativity of our clients continues to push the boundaries of technology, the amalgamation of Stage Technologies and TAIT will allow our teams to respond to these needs with greater resources and provide better value engineered solutions.”

Mark Ager, CEO Stage Technologies Group added that clients would benefit from increased capacity and the ability to offer a greater diversity of hardware and software around the globe.

Founded in the UK in 1994, Stage Technologies was one of the world’s first dedicated theatre automation specialists. Recently joining forces with the staging engineering specialists at Delstar Engineering, the Stage Technologies Group has offices in the UK, Las Vegas, Macau, Hong Kong and Australia.