Philips acquires Optimum Lighting

Portfolio expanded to include customised, energy-efficient solutions.

Philips has expanded its portfolio of customised energy-efficient lighting solutions.
Philips has expanded its portfolio of customised energy-efficient lighting solutions.

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Royal Philips Electronics has acquired Optimum Lighting, a privately-owned company specialising in customised, energy-efficient lighting solutions for the office, industry and retail segments.

“Office lighting uses approximately 30% of the total energy consumption in buildings, so there is a great opportunity to upgrade the older inefficient lighting currently used in the majority of buildings to state-of-the-art, energy-efficient solutions,” said Rudy Provoost, CEO, Philips Lighting.

“The acquisition of Optimum Lighting further strengthens our overall ability to deliver tailor-made turnkey solutions to our customers that provide superior lighting performance, while reducing their operating expenses.”

Founded in 2005, Optimum Lighting manufactures a full range of lighting fixtures designed to meet growing demand for energy-efficient products. The company excels in the rapid design, building and engineering of customised, energy-efficient lighting solutions and the delivery of associated services for the professional market. Optimum Lighting is headquartered in Henderson, North Carolina, USA, with approximately 70 employees.


 

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