Clark County at Work: Global TTL

By Mary Ricks, Columbian news assistant

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Business name: Global TTL, a subsidiary of Twice the Light Inc.

Founder: Robby Littleton, chief operating officer.

President: Lisa Littleton.

Address: 6137 N.E. 63rd St.

What the business does: Global TTL is a locally owned manufacturer of energy-efficient LED commercial and industrial light fixtures sold under the EnviroLux brand name. EnviroLux LED fixtures are ranked No. 1 for efficiency, which qualifies buyers for Department of Energy rebates. Some of the typical uses of EnviroLux LED lighting fixtures are for parking lots and garages, building walls, interior office and warehouse space, industrial flood lights, and hazardous locations.

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Steps to build the business: Global TTL manufactures industrial lighting products under private labels for other companies that utilize the EnviroLux LED proprietary technology. The company is establishing national sales channels through independent lighting representatives and distributors. It expanded into the global market this year, with new sales channels into Mexico and Panama. Global TTL says it is bringing significant manufacturing of quality lighting products back to the United States, while also exporting our more energy-efficient lighting products to other countries.

Greatest challenge: The greatest challenge at this time is the lengthy certification processes that are required for UL and DLC to launch each individual product, Lisa Littleton said.

What's ahead: In the next six to eight months, Global TTL/EnviroLux LED brand will be launching over 20 new products. Currently the company is selling and producing over 500 units per month, with projections for sales to top 1,000 per month by December.

Owners' business history: Robby Littleton is a graduate of Seattle University who has worked as an Allstate insurance agent and Toyota dealership manager. He has worked as owner or operator of companies in the automotive and financial loan industries in Salem, Ore. and in Yakima and Pasco.

Lisa Littleton, who is Robby Littleton's sister, is a graduate of Marylhurst University in Oregon. She is a former health care administrator for the Portland VA Medical Center and former owner of a short-term loan company in Clark County.

Year established in Clark County: 2009.

Employees: 19.

Telephone: 360-573-6101.

Fax: 360-566-0486.

Email:customerservice@twicethelight.com

Website:http://www.envirolux.net

Hours: 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.