LED company, BCM, taps Imtra as its North American distributor

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Imtra announced it is now the exclusive North American distributor for BCM-Benedetti Lighting.

The company will offer the LED lights to OEM boatbuilders, yards and dealers across the United States and Canada.

Founded in Tuscany in 1959, BCM-Benedetti offers overhead, reading and task, courtesy and indirect lighting solutions designed for boatbuilders.

“BCM offers a wide LED light range that will allow us to better cater to the specific needs of our OEM customers and be more competitive,” said Imtra CEO Eric Braitmayer in a statement. “We are excited to add another quality brand to our roster and look forward to promoting the brand in North America.”

“Imtra is the perfect choice to expand our market share in the U.S. and Canada,” said BCM CEO Luca Benedetti. “We have always been impressed with their sales and support staff’s technical knowledge and their hands-on interaction with customers mirrors how BCM treats our clients.”

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