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Castner Joins Circadian Light as Vice President of Global Sales

Jan. 10, 2017
Circadian Light, a lighting manufacturer focused on safely regulating the harmful bioactive blue wavelengths that increase the risk of diabetes, heart disease, and breast and prostate cancers at night has appointed lighting industry veteran John Castner to lead its lighting fixture product launch into industries with at-risk 24/7 workforces.

Circadian Light (Stoneham, MA): Circadium, a lighting manufacturer focused on safely regulating the harmful bioactive blue wavelengths that increase the risk of diabetes, heart disease, and breast and prostate cancers at night has appointed lighting industry veteran John Castner to lead its lighting fixture product launch into industries with at-risk 24/7 workforces.
 
Castner brings 30 years of lighting and LED executive sales management experience to Circadian Light. He previously was V.P. global accounts at Dialight, an industrial LED lighting company with annual sales in excess of $200 million. Over the last five years he has managed a sales organization including direct and indirect reports, regional/country sales managers, agents and distributors. Castner previously held sales management positions with Sylvania, Hubbell and Amtech (ABM). He has an MBA from University of California, Irvine, a B.A. from Occidental College and is a member of the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America (IESNA).
 
“John brings the key industry expertise we need to bring our lighting products to the 24/7 market” said Dr. Martin Moore-Ede, CEO of Circadian Light, in a press release. “Our lights designed for the 24/7 workplace contain our proprietary LED chips and circadian control systems attuned to the latitude and longitude of each installation site zip code. They provide high quality DLC-2016 efficient 3200-4200K white light 24/7 with energizing blue wavelengths during the day and 90% less bio-active blue than conventional LEDs at night.