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Griven expanding its Baltic network through Lucidus agreement


As a result of the dynamic commercial strategy newly implemented in the Baltic republics by GRIVEN, we are proud to announce the recent achievement of a new distribution agreement with the company LUCIDUS SIA. 
 
After a long-term successful cooperation with the company LUCIDUS SIA in Latvia, a new commercial agreement has been reached with the Latvian company concerning the distribution of GRIVEN lighting fixtures in the Baltic republics. Based in Latvia, LUCIDUS SIA relies upon a net of partners in Estonia and Lithuania, all of which have now become official distributors for GRIVEN in their relevant areas. 
 
Located in Riga, Tallinn, and Vilnius, LUCIDUS SIA offices cooperate with the most renowned lighting designers and architects of the Baltic republics to create inspirational projects aimed at enlightening the architecturally amazing cities of these regions. Their professional teams rely upon more than 10 years of experience in lighting equipment, electrical wiring materials, and project management in Latvia, Estonia and Lithuania as well as abroad. In order to achieve GRIVEN’s ambitious goals in the Baltic countries, they will closely cooperate with the GRIVEN Sales Manager in charge of this area, Giuseppe Dedola.
 
Last week representatives from LUCIDUS SIA offices along with architects and Lighting designers coming from the Baltic republics came to our premises for an one-day full immersion seminar on GRIVEN’s lighting solutions meant to strengthen the technical know-how of the participants about the limitless possibilities of our product portfolio and customer service offer.

We are sure that this partnership represents a great step towards our consolidation in the Baltic region and wish our new partners a thorough success in this challenging job!
 
 
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