Trilux acquires majority share in Crosscan

Thorsten Cramer (left), alongside Benny Philip Lehmann (right), will share the executive management of Crosscan. (Pic: Trilux)

(Germany) – The acquisition expands Trilux’s position in the digital services market.

Trilux has expanded its digital portfolio with the acquisition of a majority share in Crosscan.

Founded in 2003, Crosscan is one of the largest system providers for visitor frequency measurement and analysis in the retail sector, and the acquisition expands Trilux’s portfolio of services in the field of digital services beyond lighting.

“Many digital projects fail in advance due to the complexity of the material, too many options, too many contact persons and far too many open issues,” said Joachin Geiger, Managing Director of Marketing and Sales at Trilux.

“As a one-stop, full-service provider, we make things as simple as possible for customers – not only in terms of lighting, but also beyond lighting.”

Crosscan founder Benny Philip Lehmann added: “Our cooperation with Trilux provides us with access to new customer segments in which the company has hardly been active until now, for example in industry, office and education.”

“At the same time, Crosscan brings an element of start-up culture into the Trilux Group, and its agility and innovative spirit will set important new impulses in the company,” added Thorsten Cramer, who has transferred from Trilux to Crosscan.

Crosscan will continue to operate as an independent company in the future with dual leadership: executive management will be shared by Lehmann and Cramer.