News-Spot | Event News | Nov 26, 2015

Diwali Shines Light on Growing Global Interest on Indian LED Market

Over 250 companies from 7 countries confirm participation for LED Expo in New Delhi. Awareness and adoption of LED lights is on the rise as a variety of decorative LED lighting options were seen in city markets during Diwali. With the number of LED bulbs distributed under the Domestic Efficient Lighting Programme (DELP) crossing the 2-crore mark and generating annual savings of over Rs 1,000 crore, the festive season has pointed out bright prospects for the lighting sector.

India has always been a lucrative market for the global LED players. Not only were overseas products seen flooding the markets this festive season but a large number of LED technology manufacturers from Asia eyeing the Indian market are set to come together to showcase LED and OLED solutions to the b2b and b2g sectors at the LED Expo trade fair this December.

More than 250 exhibitors from India and abroad are set to bring to Pragati Maidan, New Delhi their latest innovations in the field of LEDs from 3 – 5 December 2015.The exhibition space which has been completely booked two months before its schedule marks an increase in the number of exhibitors as well as exhibition space. Out of the 250+ exhibiting companies, over 70 companies are from China while many of them represent Indian distributers of Chinese brands looking for buyers and agents in India for their cost-competitive solutions. Other participating countries besides India and China include Finland, Hongkong, Singapore, Taiwan, and the UAE. Together, the exhibitors will cover high-quality solutions for architectural, automotive, residential, commercial, street lighting as well as decorative landscape and garden lighting.

For more information about the event, please visit www.theledexpo.com

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