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Registered office

Klotz Media Solutions Ltd.
4, Royal Crescent
Glasgow, G3 7SL
Scotland
UK

Tel.: +49 (0) 89 4510863-0
Fax: +49 (0) 89 4510863-23

CERTIFICATE OF INCORPORATION OF A PRIVATE LIMITED COMPANY

Company Number 696892
The Registrar of Companies for Scotland, hereby certifies that KLOTZ MEDIA SOLUTIONS LTD is this day incorporated under the Companies Act 2006 as a private company, that the company is limited by shares, and the situation of its registered office is in Scotland.

Given at Companies House, Edinburgh, on 26th April 2021.


Copyright

The internet presence of Klotz Media Solutions Ltd. including its text and media such as phtographs, pictures, graphics, data sheets etc. is protected by national and international copy rights.

Any utilization of this content without written approval of Klotz Media Solutions Ltd. is illegal and liable to prosecution. This includes copying, translation, film adaptation and storage, processing and other utilization of the content with or within electronic media.

Klotz Media Solutions Ltd. does not assume any liability and does not furnish any warranty or other obligation arising from the utilization of aforementioned components.

The trademark KLOTZ and the logo KLOTZ are registered trademarks of Thomas Klotz.

 

Photographic credits

homepage

slider Empowering Presenters: Studio Microphon - © Getty Images/iStockphoto ID:829267100
slider Producer: Young man giving you thumps up PantherMedia ID:23982408
slider Powerful Station Branding: Rock "n" Roll! Depositphotos ID:4084480

page APO

Data Assessment: Icon-Ball Pixabay License 3753441
AI based analytics: Data Analytics Istock Illustration-ID:165967557, © AF Studios

 

The APO Pentgram, APO Dashboard: Copyright and Urheber Thomas Klotz

s-integra and x-integra console pictures and software screens: Phil Collins, Klotz Media Solutions and Clyde Broadcast

Klotz Consoles: © Thomas Klotz

 

All other illustrations © by Michael Spengler • PIXMAX design


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