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MDG Becomes Anolis Distribution Partner for Canadian Market

MDG Becomes Anolis Distribution Partner for Canadian Market

Somerset House, London. Lighting design by Patrick Woodroffe. Fixtures by Anolis. Photo by David Morrell. Montreal, Quebec – February 2012: The second valuable agreement of 2012 has taken place for MDG which has been appointed Canadian distribution partner for the entire Anolis range of energy-saving architectural lighting products.

Anolis, the architectural division of Robe Lighting for whom MDG has recently become exclusive Canadian distributor, provides LED lighting solutions for indoor and outdoor architectural applications, including buildings, bridges, spaces and public arts. “The timing was impeccable,” says Michaud. “It's not everyday we get a superior quality product like Anolis and it's a challenge we can't wait to take on.”

John Saunders, Sales Director at Anolis, is very happy with the new appointment.

"As part of the continuing expansion program of the Anolis brand we are delighted to bring MDG on board,” he says. “We believe the strength of MDG's own brand combined with their reputation for quality, reliability and excellent service will be the perfect compliment for the Anolis range, which itself is known for all these attributes. MDG's extensive local knowledge of the Canadian market is exactly what Anolis needs in order to further expand our brand.

"During discussions with MDG it was clear there was an excellent understanding of Anolis products and how they will fit into the various market sectors. With many projects already targeted, I am sure this will be the beginning of successful partnership."

MDG has been a manufacturer of premium atmospheric effects since 1979, and distributes superior quality products from Robert Juliat, Ayrton, and Zero 88. The Anolis and Robe Lighting ranges will be valuable additions to MDG's prestigious portfolio. More details can be found at

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