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The Canadian electrical wholesaler Torbram Electric, with 68 branches in Canada, is changing its name to.........

The Canadian electrical wholesaler Torbram Electric, with 68 branches in Canada, is changing its name to.........

City Electric Supply (CES). Torbram has been a member of CES for some time and is now taking the last step in the name change.

CES itself has over 450 branches in 28 states in North America. CES belongs to the English company CEF City Electrical Factors, which was founded in Kenilworth in 1951.

In Germany, the headquarters are in Karlsruhe and there they changed their name to Yesss Elektro a few years ago. The 3 SSS stand for Service, Solution and Stock.

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Philips Lighting officially launched its new company name Signify on May 16th. The company expects the name change to be implemented in all countries by early 2019.

Philips Lighting officially launched its new company name Signify on May 16th. The company expects the name change to be implemented in all countries by early 2019.

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Philips Lighting will change the name Philips Lighting to Signify. The decision to choose the new company name.......

Philips Lighting will change the name Philips Lighting to Signify. The decision to choose the new company name.......

is due to the fact that light becomes an intelligent language that can connect and transmit messages.

Under the existing licensing agreement with Royal Philips, the company will continue to use the Philips brand name as the most trusted lighting brand in the world.

"Our new company name is another step in our path to transforming the business," said Philips Lighting CEO Eric Rondolat. "It clearly expresses our strategic vision and gives us an excellent opportunity to introduce our own new corporate-look that will further bring our 32,000 employees together. At the same time, we are proud to continue to lead our products under the Philips brand. "
 

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Philips Lighting apparently plans to change the name of the company and will announce it by the end of June 2018 at the latest.

Philips Lighting apparently plans to change the name of the company and will announce it by the end of June 2018 at the latest.

As the head of Philips, Eric Rondolat, said at the last press conference, of course we will continue to use the Philips brand, as we have a brand license agreement for the next decade.

There was no further indication of what the name would be, except perhaps that the change is meant to express the importance of information technology and service orientation.

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