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History

2015
Official opening of the production facility in Bangalore, India.

 

2014
The Company has expanded the geographical presence: the office and warehouse are now open in Germany. Offices in China and India have been launched. The LED workshop has been launched in Slavutich plant in Ukraine. The company has started the new direction –LT Ex –explosion proof light fittings for the use in oil and gas sector in Russia. Lighting Technologies have received the premium partner status in DIAL.

 

2013
Launching of the SMD-workshop, implementation of the laser cutting technology at the factory in Ryazan. The company entered the authorized international consortium Zhaga. The internal standard –SUN (Sustainable Usability Norm) has been designed and implemented. According to 2013 results, the Company has become one of the best 100 employers of Russia (HeadHunter rating).

 

2012
Launching of a die casting aluminum workshop in the production site in Ryazan. New central factory laboratory for testing material, compounds and finished products in accordance to international safety standards was opened in Ryazan.

 

2008 -2011
Beginning of cooperation with the leading European design studios on the creation of new lighting fixtures. Majority of the “Lighting Technologies” TM products have been approved by international certification laboratory and now are allowed to be marked with ENEC quality label. Own production in Spain (TRQ –one of the leading manufactures of emergency lighting, became a part of Lighting Technologies).

 

2003 -2006
Own production of a wide range of luminaires at plastic injection molding has been started. A Quality Management System in the company is certified in conformity with ISO 9001:2000 standard.

Establishment of the new manufacturing unit in Ukraine (Slavutych). Lighting Technologies becomes an official partner of DIAL GmbH in Russia.

 

1998 -2002
The company launched its first industrial facility in Ryazan.

Wide expansion of distribution network, first export deliveries to Europe.

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