Douglas Lighting Controls Expands Partnership with NexGen Lighting Solutions

March 18, 2019

Douglas Lighting Controls, a member of the Panasonic family of companies, recently announced an expanded partnership with NexGen Lighting Solutions to deliver commercial digital lighting control solutions across a broader network footprint. Having represented Douglas Lighting Controls products in central and northern Texas since 2016, NexGen will now offer the company’s complete product line throughout northern Louisiana.

“NexGen has done a tremendous job at building its reputation in a short period of time, and we are thrilled to expand our relationship with them into northern Louisiana,” said David Cavalli, Vice President of Sales for Douglas Lighting Controls. “This new territory allows us to serve more markets and provide growing support for our distributors.”

NexGen supplies innovative solutions that use the latest market technologies to provide a distinguished lighting experience for any space. Combined with innovative control systems, NexGen’s complete offering meets any illumination application within a variety of project budgets. NexGen Lighting Solutions brings a unique lighting project experience to contractors, architects and distributors in Texas and north Louisiana.

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