WHERE THERE IS LIGHT, THERE IS MOTION
LTS in transition with tradition and the future
What started around 30 years ago as a garage business in Ravensburg (Upper Swabia) was, in fact, the beginning of a success story. While half of the team, which was still very small in those days, designed premium reflectors, the other half was reaching out to convince the retail sector of their value. The secret of the premium-quality luminaires spread quickly, with the benefit of their precision coupled with their energy efficiency. Gradually, LTS developed into a well-known company for premium lighting solutions.
The company location in Tettnang, close to Friedrichshafen, represents a clear commitment to the production site on Lake Constance. This is where the company has set down roots and, since 2010, it has been well-connected internationally in association with a strong corporate group.
Be it architectural lighting or lighting solutions for business, gastronomy and hotels. From small start-ups to bigger clients, LTS comprehensively takes care of their clients and offers intensive professional support.
Articulated robots and machines have taken over many of the tasks in the production facilities in the Tettnang industrial park. Over 150 skilled workers remain the most important asset in the approx. 19,000 square metre production and storage area. In the workshops, a large vertical range of manufacturing is carried out, from sheet production for reflectors to the powder coating system. This is not only a contribution towards sustainability, but it also gives LTS the flexibility to accommodate highly complex client requests.
Experienced staff employ a multidisciplinary approach and think outside the box, they develop ideas and the capacity to adapt production processes to the product design, without affecting the on-time delivery status. Customisations and special luminaires are generally available within the series lead time. When joining the individual parts of around 40,000 production orders annually, the company receives external support from local community workshops. A collaboration that benefits both parties. For the company, this is just one of many examples of their commitment to shouldering their social responsibility.