Sollum Technologies Explores Collaboration Opportunities With Powerplus Group; Kassim Tremblay and Luke Handley Comment
UNITED KINGDOM & CANADA - A memorandum of understanding has been signed by Sollum Technologies and Powerplus Group (PPG). The two have partnered up to expand Sollum's solutions to international markets and improve PPG's turnkey horticultural lighting systems.
"Like us, PPG is at the forefront of their customer needs, and when it comes to horticultural lighting solutions, they know they have to put forward a dynamic, scalable, and future-proof technology that meets the diverse and changing needs of businesses as they grow," said Vice President of Business Development Kassim Tremblay, Sollum Technologies. "Dynamic LED lighting is the best option for growers, and no other company besides Sollum offers a fully dynamic solution."
PPG offers a broad range of mechanical, electrical, lighting, and renewable energy solutions and assumes all project phases from design to realization, a press release explained. Aware of the long list of advantages that dynamic LED solutions offer to clients in the greenhouse and vertical farming industries, PPG has chosen to explore opportunities with Sollum to provide the best dynamic lighting technology.
This partnership and expansion comes on the heels of Sollum Technologies' recent release of the new SF-Family of dynamic light fixtures. This is a unique line of AI-powered fixtures that boasts first-of-its-kind features designed to adapt effortlessly to any greenhouse business.
"PPG specializes in end-to-end solutions meaning that clients trust us to install ready-to-go, resilient systems that ensure the success of their new business ventures," said Luke Handley, Company Director for PPG. "Now, with Sollum as part of our LED lighting range, our clients have access to the leading dynamic spectrum LED fixtures with supporting management software and the services needed for seamless integration of lighting systems into their horticultural businesses."
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