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Pan International

Floor lamps, table lamps, wall lamps, ceiling lamps, pendant lamps, spotlights: many current, exclusive, innovative and design solutions for the interior and exterior lighting of your home.

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PAN INTERNATIONAL was founded in 1987.
A well-organized and dynamic company whose employees have an average age of around 35 and are experiencing continuous growth and constant development.
Through 3 complete collections in the new edition of the catalogues: PAN, SIBILLA and ALTATENSIONE, the company is capable of meeting all lighting technology needs, from interior lighting and home lighting to garden lights, outdoor lighting and proposals for the correct lighting of workplaces as well as safe solutions for drive-over light sources, spotlight systems for showrooms and scenery effects where light is designed to exalt the architecture of buildings.
Our plant is located in Italy, always ensuring superior standards of customer sales & services. In fact, a modern and efficient 5000 square meters warehouse, assures ample availability of products with nearly immediate deliveries and efficient after-sales assistance.

PAN
We offer you a highly ambitious catalogue with over 1000 articles of classic and contemporary design available in various finishes and colors for the residential lighting of the interiors and exteriors. The range of products has been updated with the intention of offering the best and most aesthetically pleasing types of lighting and fixtures to meet the needs of our customers.

Sibilla LED
SIBILLA was created to answer the recent growing need for technical lighting: the 2012 catalogue offer an extremely vast range of spotlights and LED lamps with over 500 articles available in the new LED Collection with different finishes and divided into categories that can cover the main lighting requirements, with a total of 50,000 possible variants.
The ideal fields for these products are hotels and restaurants, stores and showrooms, private buildings rather than architectural lighting.