Current Has Chosen FRM Lighting + Controls to Represent Its HLI and GLI Luminaire and Controls Product Lines in 3 States

February 7, 2024

FRM Represents Current Lighting in 3 States
Current has chosen FRM Lighting + Controls as its representative for South Carolina for the HLI and GLI luminaire and controls brand portfolios effective March 1, 2024.

In addition, FRM Lighting + Controls acquired Affiliated Lighting + Controls and effective immediately will represent Current’s GLI luminaire and controls portfolio in North Carolina and Florida (excluding the Florida panhandle market).

“We are looking forward to partnering with FRM Lighting + Controls and are eager to collaborate closely,” Current Chief Commercial Officer Chip Taylor said. “FRM’s 50 plus year history in the electrical industry combined with Current’s broad portfolio of lighting and controls solutions enable a best-in-class experience for our valued customers in Florida, North Carolina and South Carolina.”

Chip Taylor,
Chief Commercial Officer,
FRM Lighting + Controls area representation by Current portfolio:

HLI Luminaire & Controls Brands: South Carolina
GLI Luminaire & Controls Brands: South Carolina, North Carolina, Florida (excluding the Florida Panhandle markets)
GLI Roadway – Non-Metered, Municipal and DOT: North Carolina
GLI Roadway – Non-Metered, Municipal: North Florida
Forum Lighting: South Carolina

“With the merger of Bell & McCoy with FRM and looking at ways to expand and grow our businesses, the lighting industry creates a great opportunity,” Chris Coursey from Bell & McCoy said. “The acquisition of Affiliated Lighting + Controls positions us to begin this journey and the addition of Current Lighting helps make it all possible.

Chris Coursey, Bell & McCoy

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