Group Dekko in Alliance With Toshiba to Produce LED Luminaires
Monday April 16, 2012
Group Dekko leveraged its expertise in the development, planning and production of complex, engineered lighting products to supply TIC as their manufacturing source for Architectural LED Products in North America.
Monday February 20, 2012
Levity, a new pop-up task light was the result of a collaboration between Byrne Electrical Specialists and Doug Mockett and Company.
Flos Wins Two 2011 GOOD DESIGN Awards
Thursday January 5, 2012
Chicago Athenaeum honors Kelvin LED and Light Spring in Lighting Category.
Artemide Receives Four GOOD DESIGN Awards
Monday January 11, 2010
Artemide has been recognized by The Chicago Athenaeum: Museum of Architecture and Design, receiving four Good Design Awards in the Lighting category for its Doride, Noto and Soffione lamps
Humanscale forms Distribution Partnership with Artemide
Tuesday November 17, 2009
Company becomes exclusive U.S. contract distributor of LED Tolomeo.
Kanepi forms Alliance to Promote Next Gen Wirelessly Controlled Lighting
Tuesday September 1, 2009
Kanepi Innovation's proprietary wireless "mesh" system was designed to create a wireless technology canopy within the ceiling grid.
by ROB KIRKBRIDE Monday August 17, 2009
It seems even the dimmest bulbs running office furniture companies realize task lighting will be an essential tool in the office of the future.
Light Corporation spins-off new company and joins the Emerge Alliance
Friday November 21, 2008
New company, Kanepi Innovations, will focus on the on-going development of the Intu! Wireless Infrastructure platform and technology.
Light up with 7 watts
by ROB KIRKBRIDE Monday June 2, 2008
The efficiency comes from Ninety's new type of highly efficient light diode system, which produces optimal light with extremely low energy consumption.
Artemide Appoints new CEO
Thursday February 7, 2008
Vingerhoets to bring fresh ideas to repositioning and growing the brand.
Philips to Buy Lightolier parent Genlyte
Tuesday November 27, 2007
Lighting maker will pay $2.7 billion.
Light Corporation purchases Jolt Lighting
Thursday January 18, 2007
Acquisition will enable them to offer flexible energy-efficient lighting systems to a wider customer base.
Light Corporation and Schelde North America enter into a Strategic Alliance
Monday October 10, 2005
Alliance is focused on the licensing of Light Corporation's Semaphore Technology.
Light Corporation Introduces "Manufacturing Matters" Initiative
Monday June 20, 2005
Lighting represents 20-60% of an organizations total energy costs.
Herman Miller Employs new Lighting Technology from Light Corp.
Monday October 4, 2004
Miller expects drastic reduction in facility lighting costs.
Light Corporation Enters into a Strategic Alliance with MTI Lighting Specialists
Monday September 20, 2004
Companies create unique business arrangement that givestheir client bases a true "turn-key" solution that doesn't exist in the marketplace today.
Light Corporation Acquires Electrical Concepts
Monday August 16, 2004
The acquisition will give Light Corporation an entry into related markets.
Genlyte's Lightolier Subsidiary Named Top Choice
Tuesday December 9, 2003
Chosen the most preferred lighting company by readers of Architectural Lighting and Architecture magazines.
Juno Lighting Records Record Third Quarter Sales
Tuesday September 23, 2003
Company announced the launch of Modulight -- an innovative fluorescent lighting system.
Catalina Lighting Says Sales Down but Profits Up
Tuesday August 5, 2003
Strength in U.K. markets, continued emphasis on cost-containment and product mix contribute to continuing positive margin trends.
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