Tamlite’s robust, efficient lighting systems offer an attractive way for the logistics sector to reduce both energy consumption and maintenance burden. Whether you are running a logistics company with large warehouses and external spaces to light, or a vast distribution centre, your business can take advantage of the energy efficient lighting revolution. In fact, the commercial case for investment is stronger than ever.
We understand every kind of warehouse space and we know how to deliver the right light for every type of task. Whether it’s a large, ‘open’ distribution centre, a pick and pack unit or a communal area, we offer a range of technologies that are proven to deliver a powerful combination of efficiency and personal wellbeing for your business and your people.
Read more about wellbeing
Tamlite understands the need for well designed lighting in areas of low-level racking. Lighting must be uniform and of the highest quality to aid pick and packing tasks. Lighting schemes must deliver maximum efficiency coupled with minimal flicker and glare for staff and operatives.
Tamlite understands the need for well designed lighting in areas of high-level racking. Lighting must be uniform and of the highest quality to aid pick and packing tasks. Lighting schemes must deliver maximum efficiency coupled with minimal flicker and glare for staff and operatives.
Lighting in large, open areas must deliver a combination of enhanced levels of illumination coupled with long lamp life, reduced maintenance downtime and lower energy costs. Well designed and specified lighting can also make a positive contribution to employee well-being by reducing glare or flicker, incorporating day-lighting and enhancing employee comfort during the carrying out of their usual tasks.
In a well-specified lighting design for warehouse loading bays, health and safety becomes an integral part of the design, reducing potential hazards for the workforce. Consideration should be paid to managing lux levels to prevent too bright or too dim lighting in the different areas of the loading bay. While also ensuring they are at the correct level for the tasks undertaken there.
Pick and packing areas often call for a customisable lighting design. Here, there is often a need for intensely focused bright light to help support daily tasks and functions. This is coupled with the need for other positive outcomes - including improvements to light quality, reduced flicker and glare - and of course reductions in energy and maintenance too.
Tamlite understands the necessity for safe, well lit and secure walkways, whatever their height and whether internal or external. Ongoing maintenance costs might include down-time, man-hours, replacement or additional materials, the occasional requirement for road-closures, and the necessity to hire specialist equipment to service. These can be reduced by the installation of modern systems which incorporate programmable controls and monitoring.
Tamlite knows that the need to save energy and costs, across warehouse and distribution centre premises, must be balanced by the imperative to uphold health and safety. Whether you are a warehouse manager, a maintenance manager or an FM, our sector experts can work with you at every stage of your lighting specification project: from product selection through to advice on how to build a board-level business case for your lighting upgrade.