LITPA Lighting is one of the leading lighting technology manufacturer in Turkey. It was founded in 1992 with the sole intention of specializing in the manufacturing of innovative, sustainable lighting solutions that improve lighting quality, improve efficiency and enhance the environment through reduced energy consumption.
LITPA Lighting is powered by dedicated and highly experienced team of professionals who seek always to surpass itself in provision of product and service delivery to our customers worldwide. As a recognized leader in the lighting industry it is the company’s responsibility to deliver superior value to our customers. LITPA says it strongly believes in building lasting relationships with its customers through integrity and innovation.
“Our mission is to provide lighting solutions for indoor and outdoor applications that are not only reasonably priced, but due to our high-quality engineering and extensive research veritably “light-up your lives”. Our meticulous quality-control and attention to detail at every stage of the manufacturing process is of the utmost importance in our adherence to global standards. Every item, from the materials we use for products that we produce is checked to ensure the highest specifications of quality and performance,” shared the company.
LITPA has placed a great deal of importance to its R&D (Research and Development) and through constantly enhancing its competitive edge in R&D, and aims to offer new products that strengthen its position in the marketplace.
“Since we have a responsibility to care for and protect the environment in which we operate, we are continually looking for new methods and materials to provide environmentally friendly solutions,” added company representatives.
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