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About Tower Light

Tower Light is a European provider in the production of lighting towers for construction and other applications. Through continuous product development and a broad distribution network, Tower Light has become a leading supplier to construction and equipment rental companies, providing mobile power equipment that meets the specific needs of geographic markets across the world.In August 2012, Ambienta acquired a majority stake in Tower Light. The valuation of Tower Light was $17.76 million. Other terms of the deal were not released.

Tower Light Headquarter Location

3 Bis Via Stazione

Villanova d'Ardenghi, 27030,


+39 (0)382 567 011

Latest Tower Light News

Opera House and Sky Tower light up for Australia-New Zealand Women's World Cup bid

Jun 25, 2020

Opera House and Sky Tower light up for Australia-New Zealand Women's World Cup bid Toggle share menu close breaking news Opera House and Sky Tower light up for Australia-New Zealand Women's World Cup bid Members of the media are pictured as Sydney Opera House lights up in celebration of Australia and New Zealand's joint bid to host the FIFA Women's World Cup 2023, in Sydney, Australia, June 25, 2020. REUTERS/Loren Elliott 25 Jun 2020 04:15PM Bookmark SYDNEY: The Sydney Opera House and Auckland's Sky Tower were lit up in blue and green to celebrate the joint Australian-New Zealand bid to host the 2032 Women's World Cup on Thursday (Jun 25), just a few hours before FIFA makes its decision. The "AsOne" bid is up against Colombia in a vote by 35 members of FIFA's ruling council with a result expected at around 1600 GMT, which will be 2 a.m. on Friday on the east coast of Australia and 4 a.m. in New Zealand. Advertisement Advertisement The Australasian bid was installed as a strong favourite to bring one of FIFA's showpiece tournaments to the region for the first time after a bid evaluation report rated it 4.1 out of five to 2.8 for Colombia's proposal. Reports that some council members from Europe's governing body UEFA might be leaning towards Colombia have caused some late jitters Down Under, however, and triggered memories of Australia's ill-fated bid to host the 2022 men's World Cup. "I am nervous to be honest," Australia captain Sam Kerr told the Sydney Morning Herald. "I am just nervous." If successful, the opening ceremony of the ninth Women's World Cup would take place on July 10, 2023 at Auckland's Eden Park with the final at Sydney's Stadium Australia a month later. Advertisement Advertisement New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and her Australian counterpart Scott Morrison will lead the bid's final charm offensive ahead of the vote, which will take place by video conference because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Source: Reuters/nh

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