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Dialight opens new Technical Centre in Copenhagen

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Dialight opens new Technical Centre in Copenhagen

Dialight opens new Technical Centre in Copenhagen
June 30
09:00 2017

Dialight, the leading LED industrial lighting technology company, has announced the opening of a state-of-the-art Technical Centre in Copenhagen, Denmark. Dialight has chosen this location as the company has been operating out of Copenhagen for many years, developing and producing special solutions for the global wind power industry.

The Copenhagen Technical Centre will support the EMEA region (Europe, Middle East and Africa) and will house Dialight’s regional sales, marketing, customer service, technical support and application engineering teams. The facility has been designed as a technical hub for the sales, service and support of robust industrial and hazardous area lighting products and also features a new training centre.

Application engineers in Denmark will become an integral part of a globalized design process with special focus on delivering cutting edge lighting solutions in compliance with local rules and regulations within Europe, Middle East and Africa and will be working in close co-operation with existing Technical Centres in the US.

Dialight is committed to ongoing innovation in LED lighting solutions that enable customers to lower their energy usage and carbon dioxide emissions, reduce maintenance requirements and improve safety while functioning as a key information node within their operations. With the unveiling of the company’s new EMEA Technical Centre, Dialight continues to build its international footprint and capabilities in-line with global growth strategies in LED lighting, controls and connectivity with building management and automation systems.

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