High Technology Lighting, suppliers of energy-efficient lighting solutions for retail and commercial spaces, has experienced substantial international success in the last six months, after expanding its international operations as part of the company’s long-term growth strategy.
The company has supplied fittings to Kuwait, Cyprus, Poland, Czechoslovakia, Belgium, and Russia directly, as well as to Sweden, Australia and the UAE, through distribution partnerships.
The job in Russia was a particular highlight for High Technology Lighting, with the company supplying 120 of the Quartet Uno fitting to a church. The fitting incorporates leading LED technology from Xicato’s Artist range, a favourite of museum curators as the module gives off a natural level of light and is perfect for use in buildings with high ceilings, great also for a church.
Thomas Holgeth, joint managing director of High Technology Lighting, said: “We are extremely pleased with our international success over the last six months. The installation of our technology in the church in Russia was a particular high and the new lighting looking fantastic. We are looking forward to similar jobs throughout the rest of 2014 across the world.”
High Technology Lighting’s Quartet LED range is, by all reports, the most compressive product offering of its type in the world.
About High Technology Lighting
High Technology Lighting was established in 1982 and offers complete lighting packages, from design through to installation, incorporating a strong portfolio of UK manufactured products and with an emphasis on sustainability. The company has installed its products across a large number of applications, including retail where lights have been installed in Barbour and Sports Direct, commercial, at BT Manga Park, and at Heritage sites, such as York Minister.