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Current Selects New Lighting Agent for Washington

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PNW 400x275April 2, 2022

Pacific Northwest Lighting & Traffic Solutions (PNW) will represent GE Current’s roadway portfolio of LED lighting and controls in the State of Washington.As a manufacturers’ representative in Washington, PNW provides quality outdoor lighting and pole solutions for public and private outdoor community spaces and roadways. Among the markets they cover are decorative, area, and smart city lighting among other verticals. Additional areas of expertise include outdoor lighting, controls, poles, and traffic applications.

“We are thrilled to be bringing on Pacific Northwest as our newest roadway agent,” said Matt Webster, Northwest Region Utility & Roadway Sales Manager at Current. “With 60 years of combined experience in roadway, Julie Jurgens and her team at PNW have strong connections within the architectural and engineering communities in addition to their direct relationships with key end users, contractors, and distributors. Julie herself brings a wealth of roadway knowledge to our team.”

PNW’s ability to work with a variety of lighting styles, ranging from sleek to modern to historic, make them an ideal agent partner for positioning Current’s roadway outdoor lighting and controls in western Washington.

“We are proud to be representing Current’s extensive line of outdoor and controls products,” said Julie Jurgens, President of Pacific Northwest. “Current is a perfect fit for our specialty outdoor focused agency. Their broad offering of quality well-engineered products completes our industry leading lineup and positions us to provide best in class service to our roadway and specialty outdoor customers.”

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