LSI Industries announced this month that it has surpassed 500 turnkey installations of petroleum retail lighting and graphics solutions for several large, multinational customers in Mexico.
“The installations in Mexico reflect LSI’s focused business strategy, the dedication of our employees and our commitment to serving our valued customers,” says Jim Clark, president and CEO of LSI Industries. “We congratulate all of our employees on this achievement, and thank our great customers for their confidence in LSI.”
Recent energy reforms and deregulation in Mexico created growth opportunities for large petroleum retailers in the country. With many years working as a trusted partner, some of LSI’s largest customers selected the company as a preferred supplier to support their geographic expansion efforts, which resulted in more than 500 successful installations since 2018.
“Being chosen by several of the world’s largest companies to re-image their facilities in Mexico demonstrates confidence and preference for LSI’s unmatched capabilities,” says Robin Hood, EVP of LSI. “We value our close relationships with these customers and thank them for making LSI their supplier of choice for this important growth initiative.
“Our goal has been to make it as simple for our customers to have their facilities re-imaged in Mexico City as it is in Kansas City,” she adds. “With our Houston plant’s proximity to the market, our extensive installation resources in country and the establishment of LSI’s Mexican company, LSI Graficas e Illuminacion, we have done just that.”
In addition to offering application-specific lighting and graphics solutions, LSI provides value-added solutions such as site surveys, permitting support, installation management and implementation services. The company is unique in the marketplace thanks to its extensive range of capabilities.
“LSI brings unparalleled experience and extensive resources to the gasoline station image conversions underway in Mexico,” says Roberto Díaz de León, president of Onexpo, the largest fuel retailer association in Mexico.