Pearl River Piano Group has announced the signing of a new agreement with Loewen Piano House for the distribution of Pearl River, Ritmüller, and Kayserburg pianos throughout Canada.
“Loewen Piano House has a long history in the Canada and is perfectly positioned to represent our three most popular Pearl River piano lines,” says Li Jian Ning, chairman of Guangzhou Pearl River Piano Group.
Established in 1956, Pearl River Piano Group has become the largest piano manufacturer in the world, producing over 150,000 pianos a year, with a global market share of over 30 per cent.
Loewen Piano House was formed in 1936 when William Loewen began repairing and selling pianos in Winnipeg, MB. After the second world war, Loewen was the first piano distributor to introduce pianos from Japan and Korea to the Canadian marketplace, along with other world-known piano brands. Their state-of-the-art headquarters in Richmond, BC includes a 4,000-sq.-ft. Music Education Facility, a 6,000-sq.-ft. showroom and an 8,000-sq.-ft. professional performance hall.
“With the addition of Pearl River, Ritmüller, and Kayserburg, we are fortunate to now represent the world’s finest piano brands, and we are looking forward to raising their visibility throughout Canada,” says Luke Ma, managing director of Loewen Piano House.
According to Pearl River’s Global Director of Sales & Marketing, Leng Tshua, “Loewen Piano House has always been the gold standard in Canada for their approach to excellence, service and community support. We couldn’t be more excited to begin this partnership in a country that has such a great potential for growth.”