For over one hundred years OSRAM has stood for light, but also for technological innovation, energy efficiency, environmental sustainability, social initiatives and promotion of art and culture around the world.
OSRAM, whose headquarters are in Munich (Germany), is one of two world leading companies in the lighting industry, with a history of over 100 years. Its portfolio ranges from high-tech applications based on semiconductors – such as the infrared or laser lighting –, to smart lighting solutions for buildings and cities. OSRAM is present all over the world with approximately 33,000 employees, and a turnover of around 5.6 billion Euros (to September 30th, 2015). The company is listed on the Frankfurt and Munich Stock Exchange, SIN: LED 400 (abbreviation: OSR).
In Italy, OSRAM is now a commercial and industrial company based in Milan, with a production site and a R&D centre in Treviso. OSRAM’s environmental awareness is not only expressed in its environmentally friendly manufacturing of products and production processes. Our social responsibility goes beyond it, as we are engaged in cultural projects such as the lighting of the Sistine Chapel and St. Peter’s Square, the Piazza dei Miracoli in Pisa, the Basilica del Santo, the Scrovegni Chapel of Giotto in Padua, the Chapel of Teodolinda in the Monza Cathedral, the canvases by Tintoretto in the Sala Terrena of the Scuola Grande di San Rocco in Venice, in addition to 14 Milanese basilicas.
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