Business News | Feb 03, 2011

Dialight Expands to Australia via Acquisition

Dialight, the innovative global leader in LED lighting technology, has recently acquired 75% of Lightday Investments Pty Ltd trading as Industrial Lighting Solutions (ILS), its Australian distributor of ultra-efficient lighting products.

The newly formed company will trade as Dialight ILS Australia and has already introduced Dialight’s ‘turtle-friendly’ LED lighting into environmentally sensitive installations such as Western Australia’s Gorgon Gas Project, one of the world's largest natural gas projects and the largest single resource natural gas project in Australia's history. Dialight ILS Australia will serve the large industrial/hazardous mining sector in Australia while further supporting the company’s thrust into the industrial and hazardous lighting market with its ultra-efficient lighting products.

Dialight CEO Roy Burton stated: “The addition of ILS will enable us to access new markets in these burgeoning industries and to substantially expand our business in Australia and nearby regions. This acquisition marks a significant step in our growth strategy.”

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About Dialight:
Dialight (LSE: DIA.L) defines the current state of LED lighting technology with continuous innovations in light output, efficacy and reliability for their complete line of high-specification lighting fixtures specifically designed for  industrial, commercial, hazardous location, transportation & infrastructure applications. These results are directly related to the company’s ongoing commitment to advancing solid-state lighting products that vastly reduce maintenance, improve safety, ease disposal, and are more environmentally friendly – thereby helping to reduce CO2 emissions, the dominant GHG contributor to global warming. The company is headquartered in the UK with operations in the USA, UK, Denmark, Germany, Australia and Mexico. More information about the company, its LED products and solid-state lighting technologies can be found at