(USA) – With a new headquarters and manufacturing facility opening, Modular Lighting Instruments is expanding into the American market.
Belgium-based Modular Lighting Instruments is expanding its presence in North America with a new HQ in Pittsburgh, and a local manufacturing facility in Grand Haven, Michigan.
“We see an enormous potential in North-America with regards to architectural lighting”, said North America Market Leader John Yriberri.
The move from Modular Lighting comes following recent market research reports showing that the US alone purchases nearly a quarter of the total global lighting fixtures.
The high-end indoor architectural lighting market – focused on wall and ceiling products, will continue to grow in both the US and Canada, while LED continues to displace traditional light sources.
In order to embed into the new surroundings, Modular Lighting is investing in product development resources and infrastructure, and the new HQ and manufacturing facility give the company a solid foundation for growth.
Approximately 65-percent of Modular Lighting’s products will be manufactured in Michigan by the end of 2018, and that number is expected to jump to nearly 80-percent by the end of Q1 in 2019.