Thursday, February 27, 2020

Caribbean LED Lighting to launch in Saint Lucia

The only regional player in the manufacturing of Energy Efficient LED Lights; Caribbean LED Lighting (St Lucia) Inc. has planted seed in St. Lucia and will officially launch their Bois D’Orange showroom and Retail store on Wednesday May 11th at  5 p.m. The sister company based in Barbados, manufactures all types of residential, commercial, landscape and street lights and has set out an ambitious growth strategy; already bearing fruit.

Coupled with their exciting entry into the local market, CLL has successfully undertaken street lighting projects across the region; Barbados, Grenada, Antigua, Guyana, Suriname to name a few. “For us, partnering with governments to quickly achieve sustainable energy efficiency is icing on the cake” says Country Manager for St Lucia; Mrs. Derniea Serieux-Ellis.

She added: “We want to make a difference; we want to do the right thing for the environment. It’s not just about selling product; it’s about providing real, tangible solutions to our clients so that they too feel like they have made a difference.

This is the basis of the CLL success story and CLL SLU will be no different.”

Efforts which began in July 2015 have finally brought Caribbean LED Lighting (St Lucia) Inc to this point. Working quietly with Corporate St Lucia conducting energy audits which show their clients the true impact of an LED transition, they have been building their reputation on island not to be overshadowed by the awe-inspiring achievements of their Barbados-based sister company.

The company is the vision made reality of Chairman; Mr. Jim Reid now partnered with Mr. Gerard Borely; CEO, who is commanding the strategic expansion efforts across the Caribbean and Latin America.


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