Tamlite Announced as the Latest Ambassador

Tamlite Announced as the Latest Ambassador

Tamlite has been announced as the latest ambassador for The Lighting Industry Academy. The company is known for being on of the leading designers and manufacturers of lighting in the UK. The company has been operating since 1967 and has managed to remain at the cutting edge of the industry. Their reputation has made them an idea ambassador for The Lighting Academy.

The Lighting Industry Academy was first set up in order to promote the creation of high quality lighting. The Lighting Industry Academy is the largest trade association for lighting in Europe and promotes that idea that the collaboration of companies will lead to a more successful industry. The Academy also works to change lighting regulation in order to make sure that the lighting that is fitted or purchased is more reliable and safer. The Association also works to deliver training for those in the industry in order to make sure that the the highest standard of products are created.

Tamlite has recently made investments into their company in excess of  £4 million in order to make sure that they remain leaders in the development of technology in the sector. This investment has taken place over the course of the last three years and has allowed the business to extend and expand on more than fifty years of working as a part of the lighting industry.

Tamlite focus on creating high quality British products for European, North American, Middle East and African markets. Besides their widespread client base and their heritage, Tamlite also works to give back to the local community and maintains their British heritage by operating from a site in the Midlands. Their Midlands designing and manufacturing facility employs over 300 people. As well as employment, the company is said to make frequent contributions to the local economy. It is these qualities that appear to make Tamlite an ideal new Ambassador for The Lighting Industry Academy.


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