New Minimise agreement brings OMS energy efficient lights to the UK

The deal will bring OMS lighting products to the UK, making the full range available nationwide from a single source. This will give architects, engineering consultants, contractors and lighting specifiers access to an exciting and progressive range of LED luminaires and lighting controls for both internal and external applications.

The distribution deal with OMS will significantly increase Minimise’s lighting product offer. To reflect this growth, OMS lighting products and controls will be delivered through Minimise Energy Lighting Technologies and will benefit from the in-house lighting expertise, design and technical support available from within the broader Minimise Energy offering.

The range includes:

•Ceiling recessed lighting

•Surfaced and suspended lighting

•Downlights and spotlights

•Track system lighting

•High Bay lights

•Wall mounted lighting

•Lighting controls


•Street and residential lighting

•Emergency lighting

Commenting on the agreement with OMS, Sam Stageman, sales director for Minimise Energy, said: ’We’re excited to bring the full OMS product range to the UK. Since establishing in 1995, OMS has built a dynamic and innovative range which provides specifiers with an unsurpassed portfolio of quality lighting products to choose from.

‘Combining both performance and style, the range is ideally suited to retail, commercial and industrial applications and we expect them to be extremely popular. This really elevates and widens the spectrum of Minimise Energy Lighting Technologies’ proposition,’ he said.


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