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Yellow Lamp Productions grows brighter with Robe

Yellow Lamp Productions grows brighter with Robe
Kobus van Heerden and Hayden Harrison (right) with the company's new Robe LEDBeam 150s.

Yellow Lamp Productions grows brighter with Robe

South Africa:

Cape Town-based Yellow Lamp Productions recently purchased eight LEDBeam 150s, marking its first investment in Robe Lighting, from DWR Distribution. 

As a relatively young company, Yellow Lamp Productions is currently focused on building its equipment inventory. Initially centred on design work and operating lighting consoles, the company evolved into a comprehensive lighting service, offering a range of equipment from moving heads to inline dimmers. “As the years progressed, we realised that we had to branch into other areas and that our clients had grown accustomed to a one-stop shop,” said Yellow Lamp Productions founder, Kobus van Heerden. He has also built relationships with other technical suppliers when needing extra gear for large-scale events.

After years of sub-hiring various moving heads, van Heerden made the strategic decision to purchase Robe 150s. "The decision wasn't made lightly," he expressed. "After extensive deliberation and renting different moving head fixtures, the Robe 150 stood out for me. The unmatched price-to-performance ratio, inherent quality and versatile zoom range make it capable of covering large areas or functioning as a precise beam fixture. Partnering with DWR as the distributor provides a sense of relief, ensuring reliable service and after-sales support."

Johnny Scholtz, who oversees the DWR Distribution offices in Cape Town, said: "It's inspiring to witness emerging companies making wise choices when gearing up for success.”

In the past year, Yellow Lamp Productions is said to have experienced significant growth with clients expressing confidence in its capabilities. “We would like to thank every person for supporting Yellow Lamp over the years, without you this could not have happened,” van Heerden concluded.

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