Legrand products are present in the Near East for more than 50 years, thanks to a powerful local distribution network distributors and retailers spread all over the area. Legrand Group was continuously reinforcing its presence in the Near East by building up a real network of offices with its technical, marketing and sales team support in different countries of the region, such as Lebanon.
All the offices are now working together to maintain, increase and share the Group’s progress in the area with the usual partners – distributors, retailers, installation companies, integrators, architects or design offices.
No need to say that if Legrand has widened its family in this area of the world, it is because he was able to answer to its customers’ need thanks to its services and constant innovations.
LEGRAND: Worldwide Specialist
Legrand is a Worldwide specialist in electrical and digital infrastructures for buildings that offers products and solutions with high added value for commercial, residential and industrial spaces. Every day, Legrand works hard to transform the spaces where people live and work. With more than 100 years of experience, founded in 1860 and officially called "Legrand" in 1904, the factory that was born in Limoges, France today supports actively the connected revolution in buildings.
- More than 6 Billion Sales in 2021
- 39,000 Collaborators
- 90 filials
- Presence in 180 countries
- 3,700 patents
- Over 300,000 products created
Legrand Group Key figures
Whether for residential, commercial or industrial buildings, the Legrand group proposes complete solutions perfectly adapted to the specific needs of each market: home systems and building automation, control and monitoring of installations, cable management, power distribution, structured cabling for voice-data-image, lighting management, temperature control, energy distribution, access control and home networks ....
Legrand is developing and reinforcing its technological leadership on its markets by constantly increasing the added value of its offer by incorporating new technologies. The group is thus allowed to provide the most relevant answers to the diverse and changing needs of both end users and professional electricians, and to play a key role in driving the emergence of competitive added-value solutions for each player in the economic chain.