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Solid State Supplies and Luminus announce UK distribution agreement for LED technology

Solid State Supplies has announced a UK franchise distribution agreement with Luminus Devices, a global manufacturer of high-performance LEDs.

Robert de Jonge, senior director of sales for the EMEA region at Luminus, said: “Our plan is to be a key supplier and business partner with Solid State Supplies to ensure that customers in the UK have access to our product portfolio as part of a comprehensive, competitive supply chain solution.”

Luminus develops and markets solid-state lighting solutions to help its customers migrate from conventional lamp technologies to long life and energy efficient LED illumination. Combining technology originated from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) with innovation from Silicon Valley, Luminus offers a range of LED solutions for general lighting markets, as well as high output speciality lighting solutions for performance driven markets including consumer displays, entertainment lighting and medical applications.

John Macmichael, managing director of Solid State Supplies, added: “These highly versatile light source products and technologies from Luminus are a significant addition to our portfolio and will enable us to address an increased number of important applications.”

Tom Austin-Morgan

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