Altez Electronic Lighting Limited Company was founded in 2004 with the objectives of producing emergency lighting and direction lighting signs. Its main principle is providing to the costumers complete solutions, which are based on the needs of the buildings, through lighting and orientation with worldwide acceptable ratio of Cost-Benefit. The ratio is achieved by Altez’s well-experienced engineering and R & D departments.
The company has a 2500 sq. m factory in Istanbul – Sultanbeyli with 40 people staff and 20 white collar employees added on.
“We present a dynamic company structure, while our teams maintain dedicated efforts to complete the expectations of the consumers prior to and after using our products. In this respect, we carry the requirement to become a partner with each costumer,” writes the company on its corporate website.
Altez Electronic follows up the subsequent developments of nowadays technology and delivers to the consumers rapidly. It produces with the manners of optical efficiency, aesthetic appearance, ease of installation, durability, mechanical and meteorological conditions, electrical suitability, ease of operation and maintenance and we continually focus on efficiency and savings.
“In all procedures, we pay attention to quality and testing regarding to the standards by controlling every single production that leads to 100 percent quality control. The quality system is certificated by the World’s well known supervisory board SYSTEM-ER as ISO 9001-2015. We are completely compliant with the Occupational Health and Safety policy. All the components that we use are world-class and are provided by pioneer brands,” adds Altez.
Altez produce and provide to its consumers the following; Escape route lighting luminaries; Emergency lighting luminaries; Emergency Exit Signs; Emergency lighting modules; Radar Sensor; Radar Sensor with Luminaries. Since Altez was founded, investment and development carried on continuously. Altez’s 2020 aim is to reach an annual turnover of USD 10 million, while production-wise, it aims to manufacture 1000 units of Exit signs, 1000 units of Emergency Lighting Modules, 1000 units of Escape Route Lighting Luminaries.
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