Exertis announced its acquisition of JB&A Inc., a distributor of broadcast, post-production and commercial AV technologies. Located in San Rafael, Calif., the company serves system integrators and B2B resellers in North America and saw revenues of $80 million in the last financial year. It also has the exclusive distribution rights for direct-view LED ventor, Unilumin, in the United States.
The acquisition of JB&A continues Exertis’ expansion of distribution in North America, following the acquisitions of Stampede (2018), Jam (2018) and The Music People (2020).
JB&A is led by Jeff Burgess, CEO, and Greg Burgess, President, both of whom will remain with the business and continue to drive JB&A’s growth strategy.
“This acquisition provides a great opportunity for both companies by providing new opportunities for our vendors, customers and employees,” said Jeff Burgess, JB&A, chief executive officer. “We’re excited to become part of the DCC family as it expands its presence throughout the world,” added Greg Burgess, JB&A, president.
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