Casino Screens toasts growth on both sides of the Atlantic

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Specialising in both touch and non-touch gaming machine displays, UK-based Casino Screens, is seeing success across Europe and the Americas.

 

[dropcap]“[/dropcap]In terms of the wider market, big and bright seems to be where people are going,” said Elliott Banks, general manager at Casino Screens. “Despite this, we are dedicated to keeping costs down, we don’t think our customers should pay extra for something custom and we don’t feel that any additional manufacturing costs justify a price hike for the consumer.

“Among our strengths in the market are our lead times, which we try to keep as low as possible, usually around two to four weeks for mass production numbers.”

Focusing on low cost, high quality solutions, Banks also identifies the company’s strong support team and efforts to ensure they are accessible as essential components in the business’ success: “In a scenario where a product does go down our customers can reach us on our 24 hour hotline.”

 

Among our strengths in the market are our lead times, which we try to keep as low as possible, usually around two to four weeks for mass production numbers

 

At present, Casino Screens covers a substantial part of Europe and the company hopes that attendance at major trade shows this year, including September’s G2E will help develop its business in North America.

Since G2E, the company has seen growth across the Americas, shipping into North and South America via an LA-based warehouse and workshop; working alongside European customers who manufacture in Mexico, and sampling a custom solution with a customer in Canada.


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