A new period is dawning for Veko Lightsystems; Menno & Lianne Veldboer will leave Veko on 1 January.
This is only possible if a good follow-up has been arranged for Menno Veldboer. Veko has found a suitable CCO in Manon Schuurmans. From June she worked closely together with Menno so that she laid a good foundation to take over the tasks as CCO completely. Menno has complete confidence in Manon.
Veko Lightsystems International BV thanks Menno & Lianne for their many years of successful work. We wish them a lot of success with their new challenges.
The main reason for phasing out the Justin Twist is that the technology has improved so much that Veko has better and more aesthetically pleasing solutions in its current range than the Justin Twist. From now on, the Justin Twist will no longer be offered.
The Justin Twist has the look-and-feel of the old-fashioned fluorescent tube but is LED lighting. High quality efficient lighting with the look and feel of a fluorescent lamp. The product was once developed to keep the step from fluorescent to LED as small as possible for the customers. In addition, the Justin has the unique ability to rotate the luminaires 270 degrees in the desired direction.
Veko's product portfolio is now available in 3D for application in BIM (Building Information Modeling). Veko offers the choice between downloading the complete library for Revit or per family. The models of our fixtures, including profiles, accessories and mounting material, can be downloaded from our download page. No Revit? You can use our viewer on our website to view the models (of the fixtures). Of course, this library is regularly updated.
In the Netherlands alone, companies waste some 536 million kWh of energy a year because lights stay on all night. This is the consumption of some 150,000 households.On Saturday 24 October, Natuur- en Milieufederaties will draw attention to leaving your lights on unnecessarily. Wasting energy is not the only objection, light pollution also disrupts the biorhythm of humans and animals. Veko supports this initiative by not having the facade and advertising lights on between 23.00 and 06.00 at night in the future.