JUSTICE DESIGN GROUP, LLC ACQUIRED; NOW PRIVATELY OWNED AND OPERATED
New Ownership Structure Will Enable Faster Product Innovation and Streamlined Customer Service
Justice Design Group, leading manufacturer in ceramic decorative lighting, distinctive shade materials and contemporary styles, announced today that the company has been acquired by Brandon Levin, president & CEO, and Robert Grant, vice president of sales & marketing. Under the new structure, Justice Design Group is now privately owned and operated. Prior, Waveland Investments owned a majority stake. Financial terms were not disclosed.
“We are incredibly excited about this next chapter for Justice Design Group,” said Brandon Levin, President and CEO of Justice Design Group. “Given recent developments in the industry, we recognized that in order to best serve our customers and specifiers, we needed to have more control over Justice Design Group’s business operations and strategy. We are driven to not only grow our business and offer distinctive product, but also to offer second-to-none customer service. Our new ownership structure will enable us to grow the company and serve our customers in exciting new ways.”
Justice Design Group will continue to offer distinctive, high-quality decorative lighting fixtures. The company has already begun investing in improving operations to better serve customers and specifiers. In just the past few months, Justice Design Group launched new, contemporary ceramic fixtures at Lightovation in June along with the 2019 Form+Finish+Function Supplement; released the In Focus catalog, which features the best and brightest fixtures in a contemporary layout; limited the latest tariff rate price increase to an average of only 2%, while reducing the prices of many items; and began planning for a broad product introduction in 2020, including a new box-in, box-out program of contemporary fixtures. Additionally, the company has added new staff to the operations department to improve inventory and lead-time efficiencies.
Learn more about Justice Design Group here.