Caribbean LED Lighting Inc (CLL) announced today that they won a major export order from the largest oil terminal in the Eastern Caribbean in St Lucia. This six figure export order is to retro fit the entire 700 acre oil terminal with LED lighting made in Barbados. The order includes LED streetlighting, floodlights, highbay lights , wallpacks and indoor lighting for all buildings, roadways and infrastructure on the site.
“This order and contract win is further evidence that we can manufacture and compete with global companies and beat them with high quality LED lighting made in Barbados ” said Gerard Borely, CLL’s CEO.
The Maintenance Manager at the oil terminal was upbeat when he said “ We are delighted to be working with CLL on this important project. Reducing our electricity consumption and load is important to us and the improved light quality will support our safety record. CLL offered us the best solution and the best price and the fact that the product will be manufactured in Barbados gives us additional comfort”.
This order comes quickly on the heels of CLL winning the contract to supply LED street lighting to Grand Bahamas Light & Power Company. This was a multimillion dollar order for LED street lights made in Barbados.
CLL manufactures and exports leading edge LED lighting products to 16 countries from its Lower Estate factory in St Michael, Barbados. CLL also has operations in St. Lucia, managed by Derniea Ellis (Country Manager) at Orange Park Commercial Centre, Bois D’Orange, Gros Islet, St Lucia.
CLL has distributors in Antigua, Barbados, Dominica, Grenada, Jamaica, St Vincent, St. Kitts, Trinidad and Turk & Caicos.
For more information on CLL please contact T’amor Skeete, Business Development Manager, on (246) 621 0092 or visit www.caribbeanledlighting.com