Luxonic expands production by 30%

Published:  01 November, 2013

Luxonic, LED lighting

Luxonic is to expand its production facilities for LED lighting in Basingstoke in response to growing demand. More than 30% extra space is being created to putting in a mezzanine assembly area for assembling and testing LED luminaires. Stocks of components will also be held at point of use.

The move coincides with virtually every Luxonic luminaire being redesigned around LED technology — from high bays to ceiling and wall fittings.

Over half of the company’s 100-plus employees are engaged in production. Luxonic is one of the largest British manufacturers of light fittings. and also has a factory in Dubai.

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