Collaboration – more than a hollow phrase at Richter Lighting Technologies GmbH
Deeply embedded in our corporate culture is collaboration. It reflects our self-conception and it is a key ingredient which helps us to reach our goals sustainably. Ideas for some of our most innovative products and solutions have come from unlikely collaborative events. We have also witnessed some fascinating similarities in our approach to sustainability from different sources.
This openess in how we treat our customers, suppliers, and friends facilitates an endless flow of innovative ideas. Through our unique corporate culture, our international team also approaches project and interaction with clients with openness and a collaborative spirit and in return we realize great projects worldwide offering not only the best service, but having built a solid reputation of trust and reliability with our clients in the architecture industry.
No matter where in the world the project is to be carried out, whether in Asia, America, Europe, or Africa, we have team members who can communicate with the local people and also tailor our solutions to the specific requirements of the location. In doing so, our experts are always in close contact with the architects to realize their wishes and needs in terms of design and technical requirements.
Richter also deals with the qualification of appropriate materials and substances that fit the respective order and selects suitable components from a huge stock of already developed system elements and develops new components if needed. In parallel, the procurement department ensures the long-term availability of components. Our market launch team defines the requirements for technical certification for each installation site, ensuring that our project solutions are always of the highest quality and meet the requirements and regulations at the project site.
Promoting Local and Global Networks
The relationships between Richter Lighting Technologies and local universities, such as Aalen University, are an important part of a network of local and global collaboration. This commitment not only fosters innovation through academic partnerships but also strengthens the recruitment of skilled workers and enables local research initiatives.