As of July 2010 WE-EF LIGHTING will be partnering with Light Culture Australia in New South Wales and with Project Lighting in the Australian Capital Territory from August 2010. WE-EF had been distributed through JSB Lighting for the past 10 years. After a rigorous review of several interested parties, WE-EF LIGHTING announced that Light Culture […]
May 27th, 2010
As of July 2010 WE-EF LIGHTING will be partnering with Light Culture Australia in New South Wales and with Project Lighting in the Australian Capital Territory from August 2010.
WE-EF had been distributed through JSB Lighting for the past 10 years.
After a rigorous review of several interested parties, WE-EF LIGHTING announced that Light Culture and Project Lighting would be distributing their luminaires in New South Wales and Australian Capital Territory respectively.
WE-EF LIGHTING thanked JSB Lighting for their support over the past 10 years.
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