Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition (GILE2017)

2017-06-09 - 2017-06-12
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Assistant Group Manager, Trade Fairs
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+852 2238 9969
+852 2519 6079
The Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition has always been the world’s most appreciated platform for lighting products and cutting edge lighting technology. With an overwhelming participation by the government and private agencies alike, this lighting fair has also been the breeding ground of many a breakthrough partnerships. The China Import & Export Fair Pazhou Complex where the event is held each year thus stands testimony to some of the most revolutionary ideas and designs that have the potential to change the way the world handles energy. For more information regarding these shows, please visit, or email to to contact the organiser. Follow us on Facebook@Guangzhou International Lighting Exhibition - GILE
Attendee information
Trade-based - Wholesalers - Distributors - Exporters - Importers - Commercial agents Retailers - Chain stores - E-retailers Manufacturer - Lighting fixtures - LED components LED chips - Wafers - LED packaging - Displays and signs Project-based - Architects - Building contractors - Property developers - Procurement authorities - Planners - Engineers - Building technology service providers - Design studios - System integrators - Energy suppliers - Industry end users
Exhibitor information
Lighting Applications - Residential lighting - Commercial lighting (Retail, Office, Hospitality, Industrial) - Architectural lighting - Urban lighting - Transport lighting - Electric lights LED Technologies - LED chips - LED packaging - Power supply & ICs (LED drivers, driver ICs, converters) - LED modules & light engines Equipment & Components - Component for LED packaging (Wafers, phosphor, sealing materials, substrates) - Stimulation, inspection, measurement, testing, evaluation equipment - Lighting accessories & electronic components

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