JSA Europe / Stage Company proposes for sale in the Ukrainian market a wide range of professional stage designs, related products, additional equipment, scaffolding systems, and access structures.
Our company has more than twenty years of extensive experience in the use and sale of stages, other structures, and related equipment for staging and Layher systems for scaffolding.
We do not just sell products – We sell solutions and opportunities for your tasks and help your business to rise to a new level.
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An official Fan Zone for fans was created in Moscow during the European Football Championship UEFA 2012. The games of the final part of the European competition were hosted jointly by Ukraine and Poland. The broadcasts of the matches began with the first game of the championship on June 8, 2012, in Warsaw and ended on July 1, 2012, with the final game and the closing ceremony, which took place in Kyiv.
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IFSC CLIMBING WORLDCUP was held in Moscow from June 17 to 20, 2010. Specifically for the competitions, JSA set the impressive complex of climbing walls under one big roof (span – 32 m) in the area between pavilion N1 and the “Druzhba narodov” (Friendship of Peoples) fountain in the All-Russia Exhibition Centre (VDNH).
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In Moscow, from October 31 till November, 2 Climbing World Cup 2008 (Bouldering and Speed competitions) took place in Gostiny Dvor (about 100 meters from Red Square ) within the frame of the most attended Russian sports exhibition “Ski & Board salon”. Especially for these competitions, JSA installed climbing walls (height 4,5 to 14 meters) in the amphitheater area of Gostiny Dvor.
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On August 31, 2008, in Kazan (Republic of Tatarstan, Russia) was the first festival – the Creation of the World (“Sotvoreniye Mira” in Russian). The event visited more than 150 thousand spectators during the day. The entrance was free. About thirty musical bands from different countries performed on two stages.
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