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A.C. Lighting Inc. Names Allied Protech as Rep Firm for Luminex Products in U.S. Market

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TORONTO – AC Lighting, North American distributor for Luminex, announced a partnership with California based distributor Allied Protech where Allied Protech will exclusively represent Luminex AV products in the U.S. market, while AC Lighting Inc. will keep focusing on the Lighting market. Pictured here, from left, are Rik Kirby, president of Allied Protech, and Jean-Louis Blanchard, VP of business development at AC Lighting Inc.

More details from A.C. Lighting (www.aclighting.com):

A.C. Lighting Inc., distributor of world-class lighting, rigging and video technologies AC Lighting Inc., exclusive North American distributor for Luminex advanced audio, video and lighting network switches and distribution hardware, is pleased to announce a strategic partnership with California based distributor Allied Protech. As part of this agreement, Allied Protech will exclusively represent Luminex AV products in the US market, while AC Lighting Inc. will keep focusing on the Lighting market.

“Allied Protech has deep roots in the AV market and are truly contributing to Luminex’ success in USA. We are confident that this agreement will please many dealers and AV contractors.” explains Jean-Louis Blanchard, VP Of Business Development at AC Lighting Inc.

“We have been representing Luminex through our network of independent sales reps for the last year and a half, so in many ways this will be business as usual, but now we’ll have the benefit of AC Lighting Inc.’s considerable marketing and logistics support,” commented Rik Kirby, President of Allied Protech.

Luminex Network Intelligence is a Belgian-based manufacturer of data distribution equipment for professional lighting, audio and video applications. Luminex offers a complete range of network switches, converters/nodes and DMX splitters.

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