Twilight Trees, an artificial tree company has announced an exclusive distribution agreement with The LED Tree Company for the supply of Twilight Trees across East Anglia.

Twilight Trees has been operating since 2014, and rent to companies all over Europe, whilst also selling globally. They have provided LED trees to many different venues, including Natural History Museum, Somerset House, The Dorchester, Historic Royal Palaces and Burlington Arcade.

The commercial director of Twilight Trees, Andrew Reid Thomas said: “Paul and his team at the LED Tree Company are perfectly placed geographically and professionally to deliver the exceptional style and service that Twilight Trees has been known for at leading venues. The ability to economically reach top hotels and venues in East Anglia gives our clients the chance to transform spaces with our extensive range of artificial trees and plants.”

This new distribution deal is part of a series by Twilight Trees as an attempt to expand its operations nationwide and to selected parts of the globe. Twilight Trees Ltd will continue to service London, the home counties and the south of England.

Paul Lamm, director of The LED Tree Company, said: “We are extremely excited about this new partnership and the unique opportunity it gives The LED Tree Company to service the thriving wedding and events industry in East Anglia. Increasingly the beautiful venues in Norfolk and coastal regions are becoming destination wedding venues and we are looking to capitalise on that trend.”