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Legrand is the global specialist in electrical and digital building infrastructures.Other
Legrand is the global specialist in electrical and digital building infrastructures. In the UK, the business is organised into six business units; cable management, power distribution, wiring devices, assisted living & healthcare, data communications and energy controls.
Legrand offers a wide variety of devices and finishes that seamlessly connect via Eliot, Legrand’s connected devices programme. Delivering a number of market leading brands and solutions including; Vantage, NuVo and Arteor, Legrand helps people to live life better.
A French industrial group, based out of the Limousin region, Legrand has a rich industrial heritage dating back to 1860, when it was a porcelain maker. It wasn’t until 1919, that the business diversified into electric switches, utilising porcelain and boxwood as the main material.
Legrand began manufacturing in the UK in 1980 and around 85 per cent of products sold in the UK are also manufactured here.
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