Helvar in China distribution agreement with Media-Go

(China) – Helvar has agreed an exclusive distribution deal with the Media-Go Group of Companies (Media-Go) for supplying and supporting its lighting intelligence products and solutions in the Mainland China.

“China is a dynamic, exciting and fast-growing market for lighting control,” says Alan Jackson, Helvar’s Head of sales. “Helvar’s lighting intelligence is perfectly suited to energising spaces within Chinese offices, hospitality, retail, industrial and other environments at the same time as achieving significant energy saving and carbon reductions. This partnership with Media-Go will give Chinese designers, specifiers and end-users the opportunity to access these and many other great benefits from a global technology leader in lighting control.”

Hong Kong-based Media-Go is part of a Group of companies specialising in a diverse range of customisable innovative audiovisual, IT and control solutions for its customers. The company also offers technology consultation services, system integration and installation, training, maintenance and support to support the extensive Helvar product range. Media-Go has a robust business network with an experienced local team to serve customers throughout China.

“Intelligent lighting control is a core green technology that’s increasingly important in all types of building throughout China, even in residential environments. By bringing Helvar’s lighting intelligence into our solution, we will create a new chapter of our business that will help us to grasp more business opportunities and be even more successful in the future,” added Harry Lam, CEO of Media-Go.

Helvar provides lighting control and energy management solutions based on open systems technology for commercial and industrial buildings. The company facilitates simple integration with other building services to help improve energy efficiency, well-being, space utilisation, comfort and productivity. Helvar’s product range is fully scalable from single luminaire solutions up to lighting control systems for entire buildings.