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17 April 2018 / by The Lighting Industry Association (The LIA) (author) / Telford
 (photo: Lighting Industry Association)
/ (photo: Lighting Industry Association)

NET LED Lighting, a specialist LED lighting distributor to commercial businesses in the UK, has become the latest company to join the Lighting Industry Academy as an ambassador.


A manufacturers' distributor with more than a quarter of a century of knowledge and experience in SMD LED technologies, NET LED supplies products that meet the industry’s stringent quality and performance demands.


Explaining his company's decision to join the Academy, director Christopher Dawes, said: "We are very keen to set and raise standards for people looking for a career in our industry and have experienced first-hand the benefits of enrolling team members onto Academy courses.”


NET LED are a recognised LIAQA Assured Company for lamps and commercial luminaires, and their supply chain and processes are accredited to ISO 9001 and 14001 to ensure the highest standards for quality and environmental management. The company is also a member of ICEL (the Industry Committee for Emergency Lighting), whose mission is to strengthen the industry and promote the benefits of good quality lighting. 


With NET LED’s support, the Academy will bring skills and learning to the whole community - and create opportunities to develop the lighting community for a bright and exciting future.



Discover what you can learn today at www.thelia.org.uk/academy (or visit www.netledlighting.co.uk for information on the Academy's newest Ambassador). 



The Lighting Industry Association (The LIA)


The Lighting Industry Association (The LIA)

The Lighting Industry Association (The LIA) is Europe’s largest Lighting Trade Association with a simple mission: "To strengthen the industry and promote the benefits of good quality lighting by representing all aspects of UK, EU and international legislation and standards at the highest level whilst protecting the interests of both the public and Members". The LIA was formed in January 2012 from the merger of The Lighting Industry Federation and The Lighting Association which brought together 175 years of experience in representing the industry. The LIA additionally owns and operates Lumicom, a not-for-profit WEEE Compliance Scheme that helps producers selling into the non-household market meet their regulatory obligations. Visit www.thelia.org.uk.

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