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AW Rostamani Lumina to distribute GE lights

GE Lighting plans to support regional projects with over US$6 million worth of lighting solutions by the end of this year

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Front (L-R) Huda Al Rostamani, Director AW Rostamani Group; and Maryrose Sylvester, President & CEO Current, powered by GE, sign partnership agreement. In the background: Umar Kahn, General Manager of Rostamani Lumina; and Erdem Soyal, General Manager GE Lighting, MEAT
Front (L-R) Huda Al Rostamani, Director AW Rostamani Group; and Maryrose Sylvester, President & CEO Current, powered by GE, sign partnership agreement. In the background: Umar Kahn, General Manager of Rostamani Lumina; and Erdem Soyal, General Manager GE Lighting, MEAT

GE lighting has selected AW Rostamani Lumina as its distributor for all its lighting products following a partnership agreement signed between the two companies.

The agreement signed between Maryrose Sylvester, President and CEO of Current, powered by GE and Huda Al Rostamani, Director AW Rostamani Group of Companies is also expected to boost GE Lighting’s efforts in boosting local partnerships.

All light sources by GE Lighting are included as part of the agreement except automotive lamps and signage solutions.

“The distribution agreement with AW Rostamani Lumina brings us closer to our customers and enables us to offer comprehensive solutions, supported by efficient sales and installation,” said Erdem Soyal General Manager of GE Lighting MEAT.

AW Rostamani Lumina is a leading industry player in luminaires and lighting control equipment for residential, commercial and industrial applications.

With the region placing the highest emphasis on green buildings and sustainable projects, demand for sustainable lighting products is on the rise.

GE Lighting estimates to support regional projects with over US$6 million worth of lighting solutions by the end of this year.

GE Lighting will also extend advanced training and workshops on its lighting solutions to strengthen the skills of its partner’s team and in line with its commitment to knowledge sharing to support localization.

GE Lighting has a longstanding history in the Middle East and has established business association with over 70 key partners over the past decades.

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