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Marshalls partners with LED lighting pioneer Marl International to create integrated energy efficient outdoor and landscape lights

Marshalls, the UK’s leading manufacturer of superior natural stone and innovative concrete hard landscaping products, is working in conjunction with Marl International, its preferred lighting partner, to create a high end, unique range of LED outdoor effect lights and landscape lighting products for the consumer market.

Within the partnership, Marl International will create new energy efficient LED driveway, patio and feature lighting products designed specifically to integrate into Marshalls paving, stone and other hard landscaping products. These new lighting products will be available both from the Marshalls www.marshalls-shop.co.uk site and the Marl www.outdoorleds.co.uk site, as well as the two companies other outlets.

Marl International and Marshalls first started promoting an initial range of affordable landscape lighting products in August 2012. Such has been the demand for these products, that the two companies have now extended the partnership and will be releasing additional products and promoting them more extensively.

Arianna Rawlinson, Business Development Manager for the Outdoor LEDs range, commented, “Marshalls is the UK’s leading supplier of hard landscaping products and we’re delighted with this growing partnership. By developing the range jointly, we can ensure that our lights dovetail perfectly with Marshall’s popular ranges. The new ranges will provide lighting that improves safety and security and enhances the appearance of homes and business premises, but use very little energy.”

Gemma Chappell Head of Domestic Marketing from Marshalls added, “Marl and Marshalls have created a very distinctive range of lighting products that puts quality design and sensational landscapes within reach of every home and garden. The Outdoor LEDs range is affordable, atmospheric and energy efficient – the essentials for exterior lighting. Our partnership truly takes garden lighting into the 21st century.”

The new range on the www.outdoorleds.co.uk and www.marshalls-shop.co.uk websites is characterised by a high light output and low energy consumption. Typically, LED lights use between 10% and 80% less energy than alternative technologies. Marl LED lights are also exceptionally reliable and long lasting – offering up to ten years continuous use. The new additions will include three different styles of spike light, new driveway and patio lighting solutions, as well as additional feature lighting products to spotlight statues, signage, pools and other structures. Each light is characterised by a carefully considered design which balances style and rugged reliability.

Marshalls registered installers will be eligible for preferential pricing on the range.

About Marshalls

Established in the late 1880s, Marshalls is the UK's leading manufacturer of superior natural stone and innovative concrete hard landscaping products, supplying the construction, home improvement and landscape markets. Marshalls provides the product ranges, design services, technical expertise, innovative ideas and inspiration to transform gardens, drives and public and commercial landscapes.

Marshalls operates its own quarries and manufacturing sites throughout the UK, including a national network of manufacturing and distribution sites. As a major plc, Marshalls is committed to quality in everything it does, including the achievement of high environmental and ethical standards and continual improvement in health and safety performance.

About Outdoor LEDs

Outdoor LEDs specialise in the design and manufacture of high quality, affordable, and atmospheric exterior lighting, essential for celebrity lifestyles and sensational landscapes. A dedicated sales team are on hand to assist with any project when creating stunning outdoor living spaces with LED lights and have a wealth of knowledge and experience to help select the right product for the job. Our expertise, stylish and durable products, and competitive pricing enables us to provide our customers with outstanding support and service to spark party vibes and a great big feel good factor on patios, walls, lawns, flowerbeds, garden features and even driveways.

Outdoor LEDs products are sold to distributors and stockists serving the building, garden and leisure, and architectural landscape industries.

For more information, please contact:

Outdoor LEDs, Marl Business Park, Ulverston, Cumbria, LA12 9BN, UK.

Tel: +44 (0)800 970 1970; Email: outdoorleds@marl.co.uk

Website: www.outdoorleds.co.uk

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