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OceanLED moves to new Florida facility

OceanLED LLC is relocating to a new space to expand its U.S. operations.

The 3,800-square-foot office at 778 South Military Trail in Deerfield Beach, Fla., will provide additional space for OceanLED’s sales, technical support, marketing department and warehouse to better meet the needs of customers in North and South America.

"We are very proud to announce the expansion of our U.S. operation," OceanLED CEO Guppy Dhariwal said in a statement. "It is testament to the trust in our brand shown by our U.S. customers. This move is a platform for our continued growth in the U.S., and as the interest in LED lighting expands, we will continue to lead the way, bringing new innovations to the marketplace.”

“This is yet another historical moment for OceanLED,” U.S. general manager Don DeMott said. “We continue to grow the OceanLED brand and lead the LED underwater lighting category. The consumer demand we have seen, combined with our distributor and dealer commitments for 2015, necessitated the move. We have simply outgrown the past location, which had been home for the past eight years and are thrilled to relocate into a new modern office. We have assembled an incredible sales, marketing and technical support team and I am more excited than ever about the future for OceanLED.”

“The company is growing and since launching the Amphibian Xtremes, Pro Xtremes and Pro Series Gen 2 lights last year we have been overwhelmed with demand,” DeMott said. “Both our dealers and customers embrace the high quality of our products and can literally see the value they deliver. At this year’s dealer shows, technical marine events and international boat shows, we continued to demonstrate how powerful our brand is.”

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