Cadac names Tommex as Polish distributor
Cadac has announced the appointment of Tommex, one of the oldest, most established audio companies in Poland, as its exclusive distributor for that territory.
The distributor agreement was signed immediately following Cadac’s launch of its new CDC six console; a product for which Tommex envisages significant demand on its installation projects and amongst its customer base.
Tommex can trace its origins back to the Communist era of the 1970s, when founder Jan Tomasz Zebrowski founded a workshop to distribute and service Dynacord equipment in Poland.
By the time Poland became a democracy, the company was servicing many state theatres and concert venues, and had become a gateway for professional audio equipment into several Soviet bloc republics.
With democratisation came the opportunity to expand and take on the distribution of many western audio brands. Today the company has five branch offices throughout Poland and a roster of top international brands that includes Bosch, Community, Dynacord, Sennheiser, Televic and now Cadac.