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Arctic Sales to Rep Current in Alaska

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ArcticSales 400x275April 18, 2022

GE Current, a Daintree company, has chosen Arctic Sales Inc. to carry its LED lighting and controls solutions for DOT and municipality applications in Alaska.

Arctic Sales represents manufacturers within the commercial, architectural, industrial and roadway lighting industries. With more than 25 years of experience, Artic Sales’ team helps customers to not only save money and time, but also stay within budget. They will also cover the breadth of Hubbell’s C&I Lighting business, which Current acquired earlier this year.

“We are excited to be partnering with Arctic Sales and have them cover our DOT and municipality verticals,” said Matt Webster, Northwest Region Utility/Roadway Sales Manager at Current. “They’re a well-respected agency in the state of Alaska. Because Arctic Sales already represents Hubbell’s C&I business, it made perfect sense for them to cover Current’s roadway portfolio as well. The resulting synergy will bring continuity and simplification to the marketplace.”

With the number of choices and decisions facing lighting architects continuously growing, the Arctic Sales team helps guide their customers towards a complete solution that’s the best fit.

“We are excited to continue to serve Alaska and strengthen the roadway market through our years of Valmont partnership,” said Robert Schnell, principal of Arctic Sales. “The timing couldn’t have been better to represent a manufacturer completely focused on their roadway solutions.”

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