Pressemitteilung BoxID: 373729 (APG|SGA, Allgemeine Plakatgesellschaft AG)
  • APG|SGA, Allgemeine Plakatgesellschaft AG
  • Giesshübelstrasse 4
  • 8027 Zürich
  • Ansprechpartner
  • Sascha Hardegger
  • +41 (58) 220-7164

e-advertising introduces ePanel

(PresseBox) (Zürich, ) The company eadvertising is setting a milestone in outdoor advertising: with the ePanel. As a further development of the wellknown eBoard, the largeformat ePanel with an 82inch LCD screen is a real eyecatcher. Beginning in spring 2011, 43 ePanels will be installed at the six largest stations in Switzerland: Zurich, Berne, Basel, Lucerne, Lausanne and, at a later stage, in Geneva.

As of spring 2011, eadvertising will be offering a genuinely attractive product. As a further development of the wellknown eBoard, the ePanel will guarantee advertising that is literally eyecatching. Together with Swiss Federal Railways SBB and Impacta AG an investment company of Affichage Holding SA, eadvertising will initially install 43 ePanels at the six largest railway stations in Switzerland: Zurich, Berne, Basel, Lucerne and Lausanne. The ePanel will be installed a little later at the station in Geneva, which is currently being modernized.

What distinguishes the ePanel from the wellknown eBoard? Unlike the eBoard, the ePanel is constructed in a portrait format. The 82inch LCD screens will present animated advertising in full HD quality. The content consists solely of advertising, and no news or weather forecasts will be shown. Brochures about the ePanel can be ordered now from eadvertising in Winterthur. Interested parties can view the ePanel in the specially setup showroom, upon request.

About the company

eadvertising was established in 2000 as a profit centre of Allgemeine Plakatgesellschaft. Since the introduction of digital largescreen communication the eBoard in Zurich central station the company has positioned and established itself on the market. Using outsized LED and LCD displays, eadvertising provides animated advertising faces at Switzerland s principal stations that are entertaining and live long in the memory.

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