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Legrand Acquires Encelium Advanced Lighting Management

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Legrand 400x275December 8, 2022

In a move that strengthens its position in the commercial lighting control sector, Connecticut-based Legrand has acquired Encelium, a Canadian manufacturer of advanced commercial lighting controls.

The acquisition of Encelium brand and products is part of Legrand’s global strategy and is now part of its Building Control Systems division, where it joins Legrand Wattstopper, Legrand Shading, and Vantage. Together, this collective of brands is poised to develop and support a broader range of new solutions to meet the demands of agents, partners, specifiers, and contractors.

“We have a demonstrated history and proven track record of what can be made possible for innovation, quality, and customer service when we invest in and acquire the right products and solutions,” said Andrea Lamieri, General Manager, Legrand’s Building Control Systems. “The synergy with Encelium was evident from the start — not only from a product and innovation standpoint, but from their ‘people first’ approach that drives their innovation and their commitment to enhancing the experience of everyone that comes in contact with their products.”

With scaling made possible by a multi-billion-dollar brand, Encelium will now be able to expand both its expertise and capabilities to deliver more innovative lighting solutions to the marketplace.

“We look forward to providing Encelium customers with access to expanded control solutions from Legrand, including the comprehensive digital lighting control platform which extends to DLM motorized shading, and delivers on code-ready solutions,” Lamieri stated. “In turn, we’re excited to offer Legrand customers access to an expanded portfolio of solutions that features the signature technology-driven, people-focused Encelium Experience.”

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