Leading UK manufacturer of energy saving specialist commercial and industrial lighting, Hilclare, has announced that it is formally linking up with ECA – the UK’s leading trade association for electrotechnical and engineering services businesses. Hilclare Lighting will become an ECA Commercial Associate, providing them with additional engagement opportunities with the trade body and its members, in order to maximise business success within the sector.
ECA Director of Member Services Helen Atkinson commented
“We are delighted to welcome Hilclare Lighting as the ECA’s newest Commercial Associate. We look forward to working closely with Hilclare Lighting over the coming period to maximise commercial opportunities and industry collaboration. Hilclare Lighting will now have access to an unbeatable package of resources, and the
ability to further engage with the ECA’s membership base, which includes many leading
electrotechnical and engineering services businesses.”
This package also includes access to a range of ECA content, including best practice guides and research, the latest technical and industry news, ECA today magazine, and use of a logo.
Group Commercial Sales Director at Hilclare Lighting, Dylan Mansfield added:
“Hilclare Lighting welcomes the opportunity to partner with ECA – the industry’s foremost trade association – and its highly accomplished membership. Hilclare use the latest technology to design and specify bespoke lighting solutions and manufacture industrial and commercial luminaires of the highest quality, in our state-of-the-art UK facility. We are leaders in Hazardous Lighting and our customers rely on our expertise in this field. We will be utilising our ECA associate status to help our business grow with all the ECA Regions and promote our in-house design team, who offer a fully integrated LED lighting design service that combines the ultimate in energy efficiency, aesthetics and safety.”
ECA has almost 3,000 members who undertake a range of electrotechnical design, installation, inspection, testing, monitoring and maintenance work. ECA members range from SME electrical firms to nationwide engineering services businesses, with a combined turnover of over £6 billion annually. In addition, ECA runs an associate programme for manufacturers, distributors, consultants, training providers, educators, specifiers and end clients working within the electrotechnical arena.
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