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Creating the future of
Lithuania

Operational Program of the
European Union Funds’
Investments for 2014-2020

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Northcliffe lighting, UAB, a leading manufacturer of luminaires from Lithuania, with a strong position in the market of the Republic of Lithuania, producing a wide range of indoor and outdoor lighting products, launched the project “Product Certification with ENEC, DIN VDE 0710-13 Certificates” in 2018.

The aim of the project is to certify products manufactured by Northcliffe Lighting, UAB, with ENEC, DIN VDE 0710-13 certificates, which have the highest security and reliability mark, and to increase exports of Lithuanian certified products.

The project will be implemented under the measure “Expo certificate LT” (03.2.1-LVPA-K-802) of Priority 3 “Promotion of Small and Medium Business Competitiveness” of the Lithuanian Operational Program of the European Union Funds’ Investments for 2014-2020.

A total of EUR 31,352.50 was allocated from the European Regional Development Fund for the implementation of the project. This amount will cover 50% of project costs and will make a significant contribution to the company’s ability to achieve project goals. The project is expected to be implemented by July 2020.

In 2019, Northcliffe Lighting, UAB, started implementing the project “Participation in exhibitions “Elfack”, “Light Middle East”, “Valo light” and others”.

During the project, the company will participate in nine international exhibitions.

The aim of the project is to promote the image and awareness of the company during the exhibitions and to present the range of products manufactured by the company.

The project will be implemented under the measure “New Opportunities LT” of Priority 3 “Promotion of Small and Medium Business Competitiveness” of the Lithuanian Operational Program of the European Union Funds’ Investments for 2014-2020 (03.2.1-LVPA-K-801-05-0107).

The maximum amount of EUR 45,000 was allocated from the European Regional Development Fund. This amount will cover 50% of project costs and will make a significant contribution to the company’s ability to achieve project goals.

The project is expected to be implemented by November 2020.