LSC appoints Lighting Logic

Thursday, 25 March 2004
LSC appoints Lighting LogicRichie Mickan from LSC (left of pic) welcomes Matt Miles (right) and Mick Cocker from Lighting Logic to the LSC network.
Australia / UK - Australian lighting control manufacturer, LSC Lighting Systems, has appointed Lighting Logic as UK distributor for its full range of innovative products. Kent-based Lighting Logic was recently formed by sales and installation industry stalwarts Mick Cocker and Matt Miles, both of whom are already familiar with the LSC brand, having specified it on many previous projects.

Lighting Logic will be responsible for the importation, distribution network and technical support for LSC's lighting control desks, DMX network products and the complete range of portable and installation dimming systems.

With the first stocks now in place, Lighting Logic's energies are focussing on expanding the dealer network. Part of the agreement with LSC includes the establishment of a training centre, primarily to hold regular advanced training sessions on their maXim and MINIM control desks.

Sales activity has already been very positive, with a maXim 48-fader desk and two 12-channel iPRO dimmers supplied by Lighting Logic to the renowned BRIT School; a maXim 48-fader desk and two 12-channel iPRO dimmers to the Gladstone Park School, two maXim 24-fader desks to Flashlight in Manchester; three MINIMs to a local TV gaffer and two e1220 12-channel by 20 amp DMX dimmers to Maidstone TV studios.

"There's plenty of interest across the whole range of LSC products," says Lighting Logic's Cocker, "Obviously we're delighted to be working with LSC again, and we know it'll be a rewarding partnership for all of us."

LSC's Alan Graham says: "Appointing Lighting Logic was a natural progression for LSC in the UK. Both Matt and Mick have had a long experience with our products and have delivered very good results over the years. Lighting Logic has been well set-up, is in a great location and is in a prime position to take us to the next sales level in the UK."

(Lee Baldock)

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