Plessey Expands Distribution Network
Freeway Lighting partnership to represent company in UK and Ireland
Plessey's Northern Europe regional sales director, Mark Pinnock (right) with Ian Wood, technical director of Freeway Lighting
Plessey has entered into a distribution agreement for the UK and Ireland with Freeway Lighting, an electronics distributor and provider of advanced lighting solutions based in Newbury, England.
"Freeway is very pleased to be starting this partnership with Plessey. We specialise in the distribution of solid state lighting components and have been developing our LED EcoSystem over recent years to include many solutions for our customers. The Plessey products will be an excellent addition to the Freeway Lighting Linecard, complementing the existing product portfolio perfectly," commented Ian Wood, technical director of Freeway Lighting.
Giuliano Cassataro, Plessey sales director, said: "We have been immensely impressed with the skills within Freeway for finding lighting solutions for difficult applications. We are keenly looking forward to working with them and bringing to Freeway some of the innovative lighting technologies and solutions Plessey has built up using our MAGIC GaN-on-silicon technology."
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