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OSHINO Lamps developed a full range of reliable longlife subminiature IR lightsources used in IR spectroscopy. The IR sources were used for gas analysis in air condition control units, even automotive exhaust gas monitoring or in air quality control units. More details and informations per Mail firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 0911 93478-32
After 18 unforgetable years as General Manager of OSHINO Lamps Germany and OSHINO Electronics Estonia, I will retire in August 2018. Even though these years were often challenging and might have accelerated my turning grey – I cannot overstate how much I enjoyed this phase of my life. Let me use this opportunity to thank […]
Oshino Lamps Germany is listed among the most important enterprises located in Bavaria.
The world largest specialized fair on automotive interiors opens its doors in Stuttgart from 2018, june 5th to 7th. Oshino lamps shows most recent applications of car ambient illuminations.
Oshino Electronics Estonia is ranked no. 1 in the estonian electronics industry. OEE outperformed most international electronics market leader. This ranking is based on growth in turnovers/profits, and related investments in the business year 2016. At the local Paernu county area, OEE achieved rank 4 compared within all industry. Thanks to our colleagues for this […]
TOYOTA BOSHOKU Turkey awarded Oshino Lamps Germany for the successful introduction of ambient illumination to the recent car projects. The award honors the extraordinary efforts of the project manager Erkan Simsek.
OSHINO Lamps was awarded the TOYOTA trophy for Technology&Development 2017
We participate at the Automotive BtB event The automotive industry meets from nov, 14-16 in Bursa, Turkey
OSHINO Lamps is exhibitor in hall 5 / boot A5228. We display todays examples of ambient illuminations in cars. Come and talk to our experts about waterfall or line illuminations, as well as about driving RGB-modules. Be welcome to our boot.
OSHINO Lamps is exhibiting at the biggest automotive lighting event at TU Darmstadt. The syposium is scheduled from september 25-27, right after the Automotive Show IAA in Frankfurt.