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Glamox racks up four more offshore wind farm wins

It will illuminate the work platforms in what should be the largest operation off the U.S. coast, as well as two in the Taiwan Strait and one in South Korea.
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Fish feed factory beats E.U. fluorescent ban by swapping LEDs into existing housing

In a move that minimizes material waste, Mowi Feed installs retrofit kits from Norway’s Glamox.
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Glamox revenue up on renovations and offshore, but it records a loss

Fluorescent bans and energy reduction drives are boosting sales. Costs and currency remain a challenge.
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800 Norwegian LED luminaires will circle their way to a North Sea wind farm

After a first stop in Holland, the ruggedized Glamox fittings will carry on to Poland and Denmark before final installation off the coast of England in the Dogger Bank.
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The ultimate stress test: Glamox drops luminaire 1,600 feet to gauge durability

Light fixture takes a licking and keeps on ticking. (Article contains video.)
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It’s official: Glamox creates executive IoT post to forge a data strategy

Terje Løken joins Feb. 1 with multiple responsibilities. He’ll come experienced in software-as-a-service and AI.
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LEDs & SSL Design

Once again sales up, profits down at Glamox. But with a twist.

Interest rates and weak currency take a bite out of EBITDA. Meanwhile, Europe’s fluorescent ban is stimulating sales on land. Offshore orders remain strong, but implementations...
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University Hospital of North Norway in Tromsø is the largest hospital in the Northern Norway geographical region.
Architectural Lighting

Norwegian hospital bidding farewell to hazardous fluorescent tubes

Europe’s mercury-minded ban leads large facility in the north to replace 34,000 tubes with integrated LED luminaires from Glamox.
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The Ramform Sovereign is one of eight seabed surveying vessels that Glamox is lighting for PGS.
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Glamox scores two more wind-related offshore lighting wins

The Norwegian LED luminaire vendor is riding a wave of marine business. This time it will illuminate giant construction ships and seabed survey vessels.
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The new Glamox executive will have data and artificial intelligence on the dashboard just as much as lighting.
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Glamox creating executive post for IoT lighting

Search is underway for a “chief data and technology officer” whose responsibilities will include overseeing human-centric lighting.

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The marine business is smaller than the professional sector for Glamox, but marine’s share is growing and margins are up at 14.6% compared to down to 11% in professional. Above: Glamox exterior lighting on the Aibel wind farm substation at the dock in Haugesund, Norway, before it traveled to the Dogger Bank Wind Farm in the North Sea earlier this year.
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Sales and operating profit up at Glamox, but interest rates, currency hit net income

Results are particularly strong in the marine, offshore, and wind sector. Meanwhile, it’s getting more expensive to pay the company’s bondholders.
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The Aibel substation with Glamox lighting sitting at the dock in Haugesund, Norway (above) before sailing to the Dogger Bank Wind Farm in March. Glamox is lighting both the interior and exterior (photos below).
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Glamox ahoy: The Oslo company launches its latest offshore wind lighting project

An electrical substation with 640 rugged luminaires sailed from Norway and is now in the North Sea, ready for connection to the U.K. grid.
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Manufacturing Services & Testing

INNOVATION | U.K. lighting sector breathes new life into remanufacturing concept

For those getting into the business of rebuilding existing lights, surprises await — and not all good, as MARK HALPER discovers.
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Profits are spinning in the marine, offshore and wind business for Glamox, as adjusted EBITDA for the sector shot up by 241.6% from a year ago.
Architectural Lighting

Revenues grow, profits surge for Norway’s Glamox

Q1 earnings particularly strong in the marine, offshore, and wind sector, where margins leapt from 7% a year ago to nearly 18%.
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Stena vessels like this one are going to ride an LED wave with retrofit lighting.
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More high seas gains for Glamox, as ferry company converts fleet to LED

Sweden’s Stena Line traverses northern Europe, where it is set to replace the mostly fluorescent lighting on up to 35 vessels with a possible 52,000 luminaires.
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Recolight’s Francesca Cameron spreads the Circular Place message after announcing the online portal at yesterday’s Remanufacturing Lighting Conference in London. [Photo has been slightly sharpened to counter ambient lighting.]
Manufacturing Services & Testing

Beyond recycling: Online marketplace encourages reusing lights

U.K.’s Recolight is launching the Circular Place portal in June, matching buyers and sellers. Welcome to “remanufacturing.”
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The Whitelee wind farm south of Glasgow now uses LED luminaires to light its offices, control center and visitor center,
Architectural Lighting

Scottish onshore wind farm slashes its own power consumption with LEDs

Glamox replaces fluorescents at the 539MW facility, which is the UK’s largest on land.
Finland’s Savo Vocational College has deployed Glamox C80 luminaires such as those pictured above (the long rectangular models) at its Savilahti campus in Kuopio. Glamox now fabricates the LED luminaires from recycled aluminum.
Architectural Lighting

Glamox switches to recycled aluminum in luminaires

It’s part of the company’s push to hit net zero by 2030, well ahead of the UN’s goal. Plenty of work remains, though.
The beer here in Drammen, Norway is keeping cool thanks in part to the Glamox LED luminaires, which have cut air conditioning costs.
Architectural Lighting

How to slash air conditioning bills: Install LED lighting

That’s what Norwegian beer maker Aass Brewery did, replacing fluorescent tubes in the storage area with Glamox luminaires. All related energy costs fell by more than 100%.