Concord by Sylvania joins the Made in Britain community

Concord by Sylvania has joined the Made in Britain organisation. The highly respected architectural lighting brand has over 50 years of history and is based in Newhaven, East Sussex. Made in Britain brings together the British manufacturing community, united by the registered collective mark, which has protected status and can only be used by members.

“We are delighted to become members of Made in Britain,” comments David Neale, Marketing Manager at Concord by Sylvania. “Concord is renowned for its strong design ethos, high technical performance and beautiful aesthetic form, the cornerstones of British manufacturing. Our R&D and Production facility in Newhaven has been in operation for many years and we are proud to be based in the South of England.”

The Made in Britain collective mark celebrates and promotes the British manufacturing sector and helps consumers, buyers and specifiers identify products that are made in Britain. Each company that applies goes through a rigorous process before they are accepted as a member.

Concord focuses on delivering lighting solutions to meet the needs of architects and lighting designers. Its innovative portfolio is one of the most comprehensive on the market, encompassing track and spot, downlights, ambient lighting, recessed and linear solutions for a variety of application segments. Concord provides segment specific lighting application advice; and the entire product range is underpinned by in-house technical expertise, from optical system design through to photometric measurement and testing.

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