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Toggled and Yorkland Controls to deliver intelligent lighting solutions in Canada

The agreement also coincides with the opening of Toggled’s first Canadian distribution centre in Vancouver

January 5, 2021  By  SP&T Staff

Toggled has announced a collaboration with Yorkland Controls. The agreement also coincides with the opening of Toggled’s first Canadian distribution center in Vancouver.

“In Canada and beyond, these are exciting times for Toggled and our customers,” said Daniel Hollenkamp Jr., chief operating officer, Toggled, in a prepared statement. “Our partnership with Yorkland and the opening of a distribution center in Vancouver ensures we are perfectly positioned to serve the growing number of Canadian organizations looking to deploy smarter lighting systems, quickly, and economically.”

“Toggled solutions will enable Yorkland Controls and our channel partners to deliver cost-effective smart lighting control solutions,” said Gerry Cellucci, vice-president of system solutions, Yorkland Controls. “Offering the ability to integrate with both existing and new building networks, Toggled technology provides building owners — and potentially occupiers — the visibility and insight needed for optimum lighting system management.”

Yorkland and Toggled said in a joint company statement that they will offer solutions providers, system integrators, and contractors a product portfolio that is straightforward to implement and operate. Toggled products put benefits including improved energy efficiency, enhanced working environments and preventative maintenance strategies. Readily integrated into existing building automation systems, operators can implement upgrades at their own pace and budget, migrating from basic LED solutions to smart controls, and from sensors to analytics.


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