Schneider Electric, Tridonic announce strategic partnership
At the Light + Building trade fair currently taking place in Frankfurt (Germany), energy management expert company Schneider Electric and lighting components manufacturer Tridonic have announced a strategic partnership. The corporate partnership represents collaboration around projects business, and will see the companies work together to promote energy efficient lighting control solutions to customers.
The strategic partnership between the businesses will combine the product innovation and market pedigree from the companies to develop energy efficient lighting control solutions for customers globally. The solutions aim at diverse market sectors, including airports, hospitals, infrastructure and high performance green buildings. Schneider Electric benefits from Tridonic's know-how in electronic control gears as well as from Tridonic products. Tridonic hopes to benefit from Schneider Electric's customer relations in the project business where Tridonic will take the role as first choice partner for lighting management. In all cases customers will stand to benefit by receiving lighting systems with synchronised components from one hand and enjoying service and safe systems.
Schneider Electric specialises in the design and implementation of lighting control systems. Tridonic, headquartered in Austria and part of the globally acting Zumtobel Group, enables customers around the world to develop innovative applications and solutions through lighting components, lighting management systems, connection technology and LED solutions. Within the partnership there is a project with LEDON, a sister company of Tridonic, which develops and markets hi-tech LED retrofit lamps for private consumers.
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