Zumtobel Lighting opens office in Santiago, Chile

Zumtobel-Group-LATHAM-TeamTo better serve its Latin American customers, Zumtobel has opened an office in Santiago, Chile. Expanded presence in Latin America allows Zumtobel to expand its market reach by servicing the region with both European or North American product, service and support.

Highland, New York, August 2015 – Zumtobel Lighting, a supplier of next generation lighting solutions, announced today that it has opened a new office in Santiago, Chile to support growth in Latin America.

The Zumtobel office in Santiago has the ability to provide lighting solutions to the Latin American market with products easily supplied from Zumtobel locations in the United States and Europe. Zumtobel is one of the few lighting manufacturers who can support the Latin American region with its 110V product lines from North America, as well as 220V systems from its facilities in Europe.

“The opening of the Santiago office to include its sales, distribution, service  and support capabilities demonstrates our commitment to grow in the Americas”,  said Zumtobel Lighting, Inc. CEO, Kevin Maddy. “There was a growing need for our presence in the Latin American market in order to best serve our clients and make ourselves more accessible and responsive to our client’s needs.”

Led by Managing Director, Pedro Rego and staffed by multilingual staff speaking Spanish, Portuguese, English and German, this office provides sales, distribution, service and support capability throughout Central and South America.
Additionally, the Latin American team has the support of Zumtobel Group worldwide including the Key Accounts Team located in Dallas and New York, as well as the International Projects Team in the United States and Austria.

To contact the Latin American office, please use the following details:
Av. La Dahesa 1822, Of. 401
Lo Barnechea, Santiago

General: +56 22 405 3341


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