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Axis Lighting Selects New Atlanta and Central/South Georgia Representation

Canadian manufacturer Axis Lighting has selected Next Generation Lighting to represent the company’s full portfolio including the newly launched BalancedCare healthcare luminaires in North Georgia, including Atlanta. ALESCO/NGL South will represent Axis Lighting and BalancedCare in Central and South Georgia, including Augusta, Macon, Columbus, and Savannah.

Next Generation Lighting and ALESCO/NGL South specialize in architectural lighting and controls for new construction, design-build renovations, and retrofit projects. This year marks Next Generation Lighting’s 10th  anniversary, while ALESCO/ NGL South has served the market for 20+ years. Both agencies have deep-seated relationships in the AEC and lighting design industries.

“We’re thrilled to partner with Next Generation Lighting as they celebrate this milestone year, and to work with a well-respected and established firm like ALESCO/NGL South,” said Colette Fleming, Director/Sales of Axis Lighting. “These dynamic agencies will help us expand our footprint in the Georgia market.”

Recently, Axis Lighting launched the BalancedCare MRI Series featuring LED luminaires designed to provide a fresh approach to MRI lighting. The non-ferrous luminaires support the consistent architectural design throughout the facility while still meeting Military Standard 461G to create a balance between aesthetics, visual comfort, and lighting performance.

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