Advertorial • 01.02.2017

Light accepts no maybe

ELEKTRA light sources convince by intelligence in form and technology

Design, products, architecture – even best ideas remain without effect, when they are not put in the spotlight. And even most striking illumination staging fails, when reliable functions and capacities are missing.

ELEKTRA offers the exact solutions. Since more than four decades. With know-how and quality. With company sites in Germany and China. With highest vertical integration and flexible processes. For demanding customers of the furniture industry, retail design and industry. With convincing illumination systems Elektra is setting standards which others have to match with – excellent production know-how for high-quality assemblies and industry components.

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ELEKTRA GmbH

Werkstraße 7
32130 Enger
Germany

Lighting without blinding

Elektra light sources convince by intelligence in form and technology, efficiency of cost structure and energy consumption – and consistent focus on the demanded effects.

As a source of innovations Elektra is looking ahead. With curiosity and know-how, the will to release impulses, the readiness to change the sector as well as the own company. And the ability to divide the important from the unimportant: when Elektra is working on it, it will work!

More information at: www.elektra.de

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