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Geoff Coffin, Sales Director at Planned Lighting Maintenance (PLM) talks to A1 Lighting about how businesses turn to leasing options for improved lighting, reduced costs and increased efficiency savings.


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ith more and more businesses looking to reap the rewards of the very latest in energy efficient lighting, we started to look at ways of offering our customers a leasing option. PLM’s solution allows businesses to have


improved lighting installed that provides efficiency savings and brings their premises up to EU legislation standards. Crucially, they can do all this by leasing - eliminating the need for capital expenditure. With support from our partners, Luxonic Lighting and Clear Asset Finance, we are able to provide the latest, high quality, lighting that can be paid for up to a five year period. Our warranty is the reassurance businesses need; that they will enjoy uninterrupted service for that entire period. Motion technology component specialist, L G Motion, came to us for a replacement lighting system at its factory in Hampshire.


The company is now seeing efficiency savings that will total more than £21,000 over the coming five years, with a total outlay of under £11,000 during the lease period. Our aim, always, is to provide a professional service, pay attention to detail and ensure our customers get payback from day one. We provided L G Motion with new lighting without them touching their capital. They pay monthly - in much the same way as they do for their electricity. Their monthly savings are greater than their repayments, which means an improved cash flow, as well as the knowledge that their entire system is in line with EU regulations.


Contact


Planned Lighting Maintenance +44 (0)1256 897510 www.plannedlighting.co.uk


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