Solatube Inter. is now part of Kingspan Light + Air

Solatube International, the worldwide leading manufacturer of tubular daylighting devices (TDDs), was recently acquired by Kingspan Light + Air USA, a division of Kingspan Group PLC.

Kingspan Light + Air is the global leader in daylighting, ventilation and smoke management solutions for the sustainable built environment. Kingspan's translucent walls, skylights, canopies, walkways and smoke vents are engineered to optimize the role that natural light and air play in the design of energy-efficient buildings that enhance the health and well-being of the occupants.

Solatube will continue to operate as an independent company under the Kingspan Light +Air umbrella, with Robert E. Westfall Jr. continuing his role as Solatube International's president. “We are all thrilled to be part of Kingspan Light + Air, which will give us additional reach and resources to escalate Solatube’s growth so we can bring natural daylight and fresh air to more people than ever before,” said Westfall. “I don’t think we could have found a better family to be part of. Our synergies are remarkable and culturally we fit like a glove.”

Supporting its continued sustainability commitments, Solatube International will join Kingspan Light + Air’s Planet Passionate sustainability program to help reduce the world's carbon emissions by 45% by 2030, as determined in the Paris Agreement, and contribute towards the achievement of the UN Sustainable Development Goals.

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