Event News | Jun 06, 2017

InterLumi Panama Received Higher Expectation from Exhibitors in 2017

InterLumi Panama, to be held from 29 June to 1 July at ATLAPA Convention Center, is on the way to return for its 2nd edition with increased recognition from both exhibitors and visitors. Being the region’s most attractive trading platform for lighting business, the 2017 show will offer greater opportunities to connect manufacturers and buyers in various ways.

InterLumi Panama, to be held from 29 June to 1 July at ATLAPA Convention Center, is on the way to return for its 2nd edition with increased recognition from both exhibitors and visitors. Being the region’s most attractive trading platform for lighting business, the 2017 show will offer greater opportunities to connect manufacturers and buyers in various ways.

The rising number of booth reservations demonstrates exhibitors’ ambition to develop and expand their business in Latin American and Caribbean lighting market. Be it a new or repeated exhibitor, InterLumi Panama provides opportunities to all these explorers.

Urban Solar, a Canadian manufacturer specialized in solar power systems and LED lighting solutions, opened the branch office in Panama after their first participation in InterLumi Panama 2016. Their offering of clean, green, renewable energy technology provides the answer to the increased demand in efficient lighting market in the region. This year, Urban Solar will bring their featured off-grid solar lighting systems, which offer state of the art wireless communication capabilities to monitor battery performance and change lighting profiles.

 
Mr. John Steel, Director of International Business
Development of Urban Solar Panama Corp

InterLumi provides the avenue to promote our products for transit, pathway, parking lot, street lighting and security lighting solutions to attendees from governments to private stakeholders in Latin American market. And for this year, it is certainly a good starting point to open discussions regarding ways of reducing electrical costs while providing renewable energy alternatives.” Commented Mr. John Steel, Director of International Business Development of Urban Solar Panama Corp.

Another repeated exhibitor from Colombia is Evergreen Electric SAS. They doubled their booth size in 2017 with the purpose of expanding company brand and establishing more partnerships.

We think this regional market is full of potential and increasing demand. With the trend of developing energy efficiency and smart lighting, our company is going to present a variety of LED technology products and compact solar lamps there. It is very timely for our company.” Said Mr. Alex Chen, owner of Evergreen Electric SAS.

Mr. Juan Pablo Franco Torres, Commercial Manager of GLED expressed their strong enthusiasm in attending InterLumi Panama 2017. “We knew about such important trade fair by prominent people from lighting industry which has influenced our trajectory as LED technology producers. We decided to take part in as exhibitors because we know this fair brings together the most important lighting sectors, and it is the way to showcase our products and learn the latest advanced technology through the forums, companies and the main players of the industry.”

To make a brilliant debut, GLED will introduce their latest products with great efficiency and energy saving. Their wide range of exhibits is to reveal GLED’s pursuit in developing more effective and environmental-friendly lighting. “We expect to collaborate in the development of this important fair; to acquire experience, information; to learn from all the possibilities rendered by InterLumi, and finally to make ourselves known within the Latin American market.”


Mr. Juan Pablo Franco Torres, Commercial Manager of GLED

As efficient lighting practitioners, most of InterLumi’s attendees regard the region a promising market in terms of the implementation of energy efficiency. InterLumi Panama, positioning itself the pathway to directly connect Latin American and international markets, will keep in view the tendency in lighting design, technology, as well as other vibrancy within the global range.

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