Leeds city is home to Apollo Lighting Ltd, renowned manufacturer of healthcare lighting solutions. The lighting expertise of the company extends into commercial lighting, sports lighting and architectural lighting.
Bespoke products that started life as an engineer’s ideal solution have in many cases become standard product in Apollo Lighting’s healthcare lighting and commercial lighting ranges. Our sports lighting products have been developed with input from leading bodies such as Sport England, The Lawn Tennis Association and England Squash.
Starting life in 1989 as a low energy lighting company, Apollo Lighting soon established a healthcare lighting range as hospital engineers sought to use our design expertise and adopt the latest energy saving lighting technologies.
The commercial lighting and sports lighting ranges developed from the same philosophy of providing low energy lighting solutions in the most practical manner. Designing with LED is now an area of development which is sought by our clients and we continue to add new and innovative LED lighting products to our ranges.
Our reputation for service and value for money is second to none. Through the focusing of our resources, our goal is to establish new standards of sales and technical support to our customers, in addition to service levels that will set new standards within the industry.
Apollo Lighting aims for success in the light fittings business by addressing the following key objectives:
To ensure our product development is driven by our customer requirements.
To have fair pricing policies that offer excellent value for money.
To earn our customers trust and position as their primary lighting solution partner.
To offer a comprehensive range of responsive support services.
To be at the forefront of technical innovation.
We have gained a wealth of knowledge in specialist areas such as Sports and Leisure, and through our involvement with the Sports Council for England and England Squash, we have developed a range of products which specifically address the problems associated with the lighting of sports and recreation facilities.
In particular, these include the Multicorso and the Squash Corso, both being developed directly in conjunction with and recommended for use by England Squash.