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Imtra signs distribution deal with Lumishore USA

Lumishore USA said its product line is now available and supported in North America by master distributor Imtra.
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Underwater lights manufacturer Lumishore USA said its product line is now available and supported in North America by master distributor Imtra.

Imtra joins SeaWide Distribution as the sole distributors of Lumishore USA. Channels currently in place for Lumishore will remain, including a strong network of existing sales representatives.

“We are thrilled to partner with Imtra,” Lumishore USA president Keith Wansley said in a statement. “Their experience in marine lighting and established relationships in the industry make them a great choice for us to expand our reach. Imtra and Lumishore share a commitment to quality products and the very best customer support. It’s a perfect match.”

Recognizing the distributor’s experience in marine lighting, including its own lines of interior/exterior LED fixtures, Lumishore will use Imtra’s extensive sales team and full-time customer service representation in all regions across the United States and Canada to market lighting packages that include Lumishore underwater LEDs.

“Lumishore makes the best underwater lights on the market. They are on the leading edge of LED technology, and they understand what this market wants,” Imtra president and CEO Eric Braitmayer said.

“We are excited to include Lumishore in the long list of quality products we offer. Adding underwater LEDs to our portfolio will enable us to create complete lighting solutions for our customers and save them the time and hassle of having to find additional products from another source.”

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