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Lumishore receives 2019 Queen’s Award


Lumishore has received a 2019 Queen’s Award for Innovation. The U.K.-based manufacturer of LED products has received the award for the sixth time in six years. The awards recognize innovation and commercial success of leading U.K. businesses. Lumishore said in a statement the awards committee recognized its development of patented lighting systems for the superyacht industry.

“We are extremely proud that the Queen’s Award recognizes Lumishore for its innovation,” said Eifrion Evans, CEO, in the statement. “An ongoing commitment to innovation and future product development is core to Lumishore’s beliefs which, when combined with our investment in people and our passion for customer satisfaction, will lead to our continued future growth and success.”

Lumishore is headquartered in Swansea, U.K. Its lighting systems are designed, developed and manufactured in-house at its ISO9001 certified facility. Lumishore has a US division, Lumishore USA, in Sarasota, Florida.


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