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Turntable Manufacturer Sees Record Sales. Time to Expand the Factory.

SEV Litovel, based out of the Czech Republic, is Europe’s largest manufacturer of turntables. In 2014, they sold 96,000 units, a threefold increase from their output in 2010. That means it’s time to add on to the factory.

The company–makers of the insanely popular Pro-ject line–is hoping to boost production by 20%. With 99% of production being exported to the US, Canada, Australia and other parts of Europe, they can’t make these things fast enough, thanks to the resurrection of vinyl.

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Alan Cross

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One thought on “Turntable Manufacturer Sees Record Sales. Time to Expand the Factory.

  • I have a pro-ject and I love it!


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