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Nordic Lights appoint new UK distributor

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Brigade Electronics to promote and sell Nordic heavy-duty work lights in the UK aftermarket

NORDIC Lights, a Finnish global supplier of heavy-duty work lights, have appointed Brigade Electronics, one of the leading providers of vehicle safety devices, as their main warehouse distributor for the UK aftermarket.

Gunilla Laakso, sales director of Nordic Lights, commented: ‘This partnership will bring substantial synergy effects as we are able to capitalize on Brigade Electronics’ knowledge of the local market and nationwide sales network in order to promote our outstanding products.’

Nordic are said to be the chosen brand of work lights for many of the world’s leading manufacturers of heavy-duty machinery, including Caterpillar, Terex and Sandvik.

The lights specialist has a state-of-the-art in-house testing laboratory, where extensive tests are carried out, including: lumen output; light distribution; vibration, shock, dust and humidity; and exposure to heat and cold, to achieve international standards.

Brigade will be promoting Nordic Lights’ LED range – the latest technology to follow halogen or HID lights. LED lamps have been proven to be brighter and stronger than other products and handle vibration better, making them suitable for heavy-duty applications. And energy savings of up to 85% can be achieved when using LED products.

They also have a lifetime of 50,000h compared with only 500h for halogen units. Unlike other products, there is no maintenance required and this provides greater cost savings over the service lifetime.

‘We are proud to be working with Nordic Lights to increase customer choice in the heavy-duty market by offering quality products to improve vehicle and machinery safety,’ said Emily Hardy, UK marketing manager for Brigade Electronics. 

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