Heliospectra Expands Business in North America for the Raising Market of Commercial Food and Cannabis

Swedish horticulture lighting company Heliospectra is expanding its business in North America to meet increasing demands of the rapid growing market driven by commercial food production and licensed commercial cannabis. The new business entity, Heliospectra Canada, will open doors in Toronto, Ontario, Canada on April 15, 2019.

With sales growth and customer adoption of Heliospectra's horticultural LED lighting solutions and control systems across North America since 2017, Heliospecta has gained recognition with its expertise in horticultural lighting and management for large-scale greenhouses, vertical farms, new build construction and facility retrofit projects across the United States, Canada and Mexico.

"We understand that we need to focus on building localized, professional teams who can be on site and share Heliospectra's technical prowess and plant science expertise directly with cultivation and operations staff. And with the aggressive demand for Heliospectra solutions in United States and Canada, our strategic partnerships with universities and horticulture industry leaders will further strengthen the company's commercial presence," said Ali Ahmadian, CEO, Heliospectra.

With the formation of Heliospectra Canada, the company expects to expand the U.S. and Canadian sales teams and build out a team of horticultural experts while focus on extending partnerships and network of resellers across North America in 2019.

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