White Light to distribute Altman Lighting
25 October 2012
UK - Entertainment lighting specialist White Light has recently become the exclusive distributer of Altman Lighting products in the UK. Altman, innovators of theatrical, architectural, film and video lighting, will join the family of exclusive brands entrusted to White Light, based in London.
"We are very proud to announce this next step, which continues our long relationship with Altman," commented Peter Threadgold, White Light's sales director. White Light has been an Altman Lighting dealer for many years.
Mr. Threadgold continued, "Altman's commitment to manufacturing inventive, high quality equipment is a perfect match for our aim to deliver superior products and service. The fixtures and accessories have always been well-suited for the varied needs of our customers across multiple fields." With shared values and a customer focus, both Altman and White Light look forward to the continued success of their partnership."
White Light customers will be able to purchase anything from the Altman inventory, including the recently released Spectra Cyc 200, an LED cyclorama wash fixture designed for use in theatrical and architectural applications. On display at the PLASA Show 2012 earlier this year, the Spectra Cyc 200 received rave reviews from London crowds.
Altman Lighting, based in Yonkers, New York, was founded by Charles and Alice Altman and is still a family run business today. Known for its history of innovative and durable lighting equipment, the company's name has become synonymous with quality and excellence. Throughout the company's legacy of more than 50 years, many Altman Lighting originals have become industry standard essentials across the world.
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