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Nualight secures multi-million pound LED deal with Co-op

LED lighting will be implemented in freezers and ice-cream cabinets across 800 Co-operative stores

Nualight’s Porto will be installed in the doors of low-temperature merchandising cabinets and Alto canopy lighting will be installed in ice-cream display cabinets across UK Co-op stores.

Specialising in LED lighting for food retail, Nualight’s products have been specifically designed to reduce energy consumption for retailers while creating high-impact displays in terms of brightness and colour vibrancy.

Nualight LEDs illuminate freezers

Dr Liam Kelly, Nualight chief, said: ‘Our lighting delivers significant energy savings of over 70 per cent when compared with fluorescent technology and it is also maintenance-free. We’re delighted that our technology can play an important part in The Co-operative Group’s ambitious ethos of responsible retailing.’

Nualight’s Alto canopy delivers high colour rendering index, boosting the colour vibrancy in the products on display. Alex Pitman, energy manager at The Co-operative Group, said: ‘Nualight’s LED lighting will significantly reduce the energy consumption of our freezers and ice-cream cabinets while generally improving brightness and colour to better showcase our frozen food products.

‘We are confident the new lighting will increase customer footfall to these displays.’

This deal follows similar a Nualight deal with Tesco last year.

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