KLNE appoints Trilight as UK Distributor

KLNE is pleased to announce the appointment of Trilight of Glasgow as distributor and service partner for the U.K and Ireland.

Senior management from Trilight visited Beijing recently to sign the distributorship agreement and service agreement after the conclusion of negotiations.

Trilight is well known as Scotland’s largest independent supplier in the lighting industry to both domestic and commercial customers throughout the U.K. The company has a long, successful history in the business with a large base of clients that will now grow with the addition of wholesalers and installers in the burgeoning PV market.

Delivery and service will be available throughout the whole of the UK and Ireland.

Technical staff from Trilight has already been to Beijing for training with KLNE’s technical staff to ensure a total professional service for the UK customers.

KLNE currently offers a range of grid connected inverters between 1.5Kw to 5Kw range with G59 and G83 certification.

KLNE (Kinglong New Energy) is a Sino/US joint venture company based in Beijing and engaged in the research and development, production and marketing of solar PV inverters. KLNE’s products provide reliable and environmentally clean electric power for residential and commercial applications globally.

Wison Qi, KLNE’s sales director said, “We met with Trilight and found them to be very professional in all aspects of their business and in their negotiations with us. They have excellent experience in the electrical business and this gave us confidence to appoint them as a distributor for us. The UK is a long way from China and it’s vital that both parties’ interests are aligned and that a clear plan for moving forward has been agreed. We found that we and Trilight were thinking alike right from the start. I am sure that our partnership will be a great success.”

For further details regarding the product range, please visit www.trilight.co.uk/solar-power/klne-sunteams-solar-panel-pv-inverters


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