SESCO Lighting Opens New Headquarters in Florida

 

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SESCO Lighting has opened its new 16,000 sq. ft. headquarters in Maitland, Florida.

"We started in the Orlando area 50 years ago and this headquarters relocation is an important milestone for our company and a necessary step to meet SESCO's requirements as America's leading lighting manufacturers' representative agency," said Todd Langner, CEO, SESCO Lighting. "We've also refreshed our branding and our business model is strategically organized to maximum internal efficiency and bolster customer service in the midst of rapid growth."

In addition to extensive business in Florida, the company has exclusive rights to sell a multitude of lighting products in Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee and Puerto Rico. This expansion of the company has enhanced its services, improved the ability to serve customers and bolstered growth. SESCO also provides lighting for projects in many foreign countries.

"Our primary fiscal goal is to achieve $500 million in annual lighting sales by 2020," said Mike Segal, Founder and Director of Training, SESCO Lighting. "We embrace the responsibility of being industry leaders and 50 years in business is a major accomplishment that is a source of pride for our employees, who are also the owners of the company."

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