Exenia is a significant player in the professional lighting sector, specialised in the production of LED lighting fixtures for indoor use.
From residential to commercial, museums to showrooms. A growing company, with an entrepreneurial culture solidly based on the principles of collaboration, transparency, respect, social responsibility, quality, research, innovation, sustainability, design and personalization.
Established in 2010, from the decades of experience of its founders in the lighting sector, in December 2015 Exenia became part of the Lumenpulse Group. A stimulating synergy was born within an international network of young and innovative companies that exchange complementary skills in the field of lighting, sharing the cutting-edge technology of the Canadian brand and research laboratories able to offer optical systems among the most sophisticated in the world.
Design Made in Italy and technology
A creative laboratory in continuous ferment to create lighting objects that can astonish and excite.
In-House Production and Tailoring
The entire production process takes place inside the company, allowing the total quality control. The in-house chain and the craftsmanship know-how, of which we can find a solid tradition in Tuscany, have as a natural consequence the possibility to personalise each project in a tailor-made and exclusive manner.
Exenia is able to offer a tailor made product through reliable, accurate service and fast delivery times.
Each product is declined in a complete and integrated family to ensure architects and professionals visual coherence for each project.
Customised colours and finishes
- respecting the expectations of all the interested parties;
- consolidating the customer’s trust and increasing his satisfaction;
- strengthening relationships with all suppliers;
- strengthening of synergies with the Mother House
- Definition, application and maintenance of a Quality Management System in accordance with the requirements of the UNI EN ISO 9001: 2015;
- Business processes planning based on internal and external context factors, stakeholder expectations and quality risks
- Compliance with legislative requirements and contractual obligations
- Appropriate information and training of human resources regarding quality connected to the activities carried out, communication of the principles of company policy
- Product development and choice of raw materials that meet the needs and expectations of its customers in terms of quality
- Implementation of appropriate systems for monitoring the quality of the product and the organisation’s quality performance
- Communication to staff and circulation among the interested parties of the company policy on quality
- Promotion of continuous improvement of the Quality Management System
- Promotion of participation and consultation of interested parties to ensure an efficient and effective application of the Quality Management System
- Promotion of business development while prioritising quality
- Selection of suppliers based on quality assessments, price, ability to supply and ability to guarantee an adequate level of services