Universal Lighting Technologies Partners with Forman & Associates

March 11, 2019

Universal Lighting Technologies, a global leader in commercial lighting and a member of the Panasonic family of companies, recently announced a partnership with Forman and Associates. Based in Los Angeles, the agency will represent Universal Lighting Technologies in high-efficiency lighting solutions, from architectural to general projects, across the Southern California and Nevada Region.

With more than 40 years of experience, Forman and Associates represents an array of quality manufacturers of electrical and industrial lighting products, offering extensive market knowledge for any type of lighting application. Their broad product expertise enables them to insure their client’s and manufacturer’s principals meet the ever-changing demands of the electrical industry.

“We’re thrilled to partner with an agency who provides extensive market knowledge with a commitment to building strong relationships with their customers,” said Stu Sumner, Universal’s Western Region Vice President of Sales. “Forman and Associate’s diversified experience gives us confidence their team will continue to go above and beyond to expand the reach of Universal’s lighting solution.”

For more information on Forman & Associates, visit https://www.formanandassociates.com/.

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