CyberHoist USA will support the full range of CyberHoist intelligent chain hoist motors and the intuitive InMotion 3D object-oriented system management software, as well as the new North American–standard 208V 3-phase chain motors, in addition to the existing 400V systems, plus the specialist XLNT DataMotion data and PowerMotion power supply systems and Emergency Stop products which complete the system.

CyberHoist USA, part of Tomcat Global Corporation, will also provide a comprehensive sales, service, training and rental customer support operation for the USA and Canada from its base in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Mitch Clark, Tomcat Global president, said: “The future is looking incredibly exciting for the CyberHoist marque in North America. It’s by far the best designed, fastest, and most flexible motion control system out there, as well as one of the quietest systems on the market.”

He added: “CyberHoist meets what our clients in the touring, theatre and corporate show markets have been asking for. I think they will be delighted to get access and full support, based right here in the USA, for this super-safe system.”

The CyberHoist system, developed by XLNT Advanced Technologies, has already been specified for some of the world’s biggest tours and events including Madonna, Coldplay, Ricky Martin, Josh Groban, Paul McCartney, Black Eyed Peas, Mariah Carey, Eurovision Song Contest and the MTV Music Awards, according to a press release.