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All about: JCC Lighting

JCC Lighting is a British company specialising in providing lighting products to the domestic, commercial and retail markets. As well as providing light products to the UK, they also have a growing overseas market in Europe, Asia and North America. Their product development is fast moving to stay ahead of emerging trends within light fittings in the UK, read the guide below to learn about JCC Lighting.

International operations

Established The company began in 1989 and its range is over 2,000 products that are designed and manufactured by the company, that makes them the largest in the UK. Overseas operations They have existing operations in France, Italy and Poland, the Middle East, China and Canada making them a world supplier of commercial and domestic lighting. Range of products available They can provide indoor LED lighting, decking lights, low energy lights for any of your needs including spotlights, lanterns, fire rated downlights - all the very latest in design innovation. Stockholding A sophisticated logistics system helps to control the over six million pounds sterling worth of stock meaning that you can get any of their products fast. 93% of their products are delivered quickly and efficiently, there are very few items that they do not hold in stock. Call and collect For contractors that require lighting products urgently, they have a call and collect system where items in stock can be collected within two hours of your call from the local suppliers.

Leaders in their field

Leading customers The experienced team of JCC Lighting have worked with O2 stores and BMW in supplying their lighting requirements within the UK. They have also vast experience in supplying the lighting needs of hotels, leisure facilities, commercial and residential properties both during construction and beyond. Low energy lighting The number one focus of the company is to provide energy-saving lighting. The range of environmentally-friendly products is growing continually and their new designs are all made to use only low energy lamps. Incandescent or halogen lights will not work in these fittings. Fireguard These are fire rated downlights that comply with the latest building regulations. All the lights that they use are tested to last 30, 60 and 90 minutes against fire whatever the ceiling type they are attached to. Head office JCC Lighting has its headquarters at Bognor Regis, West Sussex in Southern England. They have global locations across three continents and ten regional contacts across England and Wales with one in each of Ireland and Scotland.

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