14 Jan 2013

Silica and Philips Lumileds sign Europe distribution deal

Silica, an Avnet company, is to distribute Philips Lumileds LED products in Europe.

According to Philips Lumileds, the agreement will allow the company to meet the increasing demand for its lighting solutions and to further strengthen its service and support structure in Europe.

“Philips Lumileds LUXEON products are the first to combine the brightness of conventional lighting with the small footprint and long life of LEDs... [and will] meet and exceed the requirements and expectations of our lighting customers," added Martin Bielesch, general manager Lighting at Silica.

Bielesch believes existing and prospective customers will also benefit from in-depth technical support through dedicated lighting specialists across Europe.

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