Former Fleetwood Mobile managing director Ian Dyckhoff left the company in January 2007 and has been working for Mobile One.
Tim Summerhayes, who set up Fleetwood Mobile with Dyckhoff in 1996, has resigned and will now work for Red TX initially on a freelance basis.
Summerhayes' work at Red TX coincides with the company's rebranding. The new outfit will specialise in live music events for television or DVD release.
The company's truck has been refitted and is equipped with a Studer Vista 8 Digital mixing system with 672 mono inputs and 336 total mono outputs. It has stereo to 7.1 monitoring and mixing.
Fleetwood Mobiles was sold by The Sanctuary in 2005 to Dyckhoff and Summerhayes, and Ian Cooper joined as financial director. The company was Europe's biggest OB sound provider.