AllightSykes has entered into a strategic distribution partnership with UK-based manufacturer Morris Site Machinery for the SMC line-up of LED, solar and metal halide towers.

Making an impact in the metro mobile lighting space, Allight announces that it will distribute the SMC range from the start of 2015 throughout Australia and New Zealand. Under the terms of the agreement, the nine-strong SMC line-up will slot into the Allight range alongside the world-leading MineSpec models.

Also to be distributed throughout the AllightSykes network of active overseas territories, the new range will be available in South East Asia, the Americas, the Middle East and Africa. The best-selling 4kW TL-90 LED and metal halide variants and the solar-powered option will offer construction and civil works customers a robust, safe and economical European alternative to the influx of towers from the USA and China.

Grant Mack, AllightSykes GM - Mobile Light explains that they have been searching for a suitable metro lighting partner for some time, adding that the SMC brand not only features advanced technology but also shares Allight’s core values and commitment to innovation and quality.

Underlining the importance of securing the right partners in business, Morris Site Machinery Chief Executive Chris Morris comments that the new partnership with Allight locks down a very important part of the world for them, helping them strengthen their hold and impact in emerging territories.

The SMC range of mobile lighting towers features British-built durability, a small footprint and whisper-quiet sound levels of just 60dBA (at seven metres), making it the brand of choice for projects such as metropolitan road works around Europe and Russia, where noise restrictions pose a problem for many other tower brands.

The 2015 SMC TL-90 is compact in design, economical in operation and powered by a clean, quiet, fuel-efficient Kubota D905-BG engine, and comes with a fuel spill containment tray as standard. The TL-90XTRA comes with four efficient 1000w metal halide lamps and the TL-90LED with five 240w LED lamps. All models have hydraulic mast raise and light tilt features.