LI 2016 - China (Beijing) International Lighting Exhibition & LED Lighting Technology and Applications Exhibition 2016

2016-04-14 - 2016-04-16
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Lighting, Professional Lighting, Equipment & System Accessories, LED and OLED, Lighting Control and Intelligent Systems, Lighting Engineering, Lighting Design, Energy Management, road lamp
China (Beijing) International Lighting Exhibition & LED Lighting Technology and Applications Exhibition (China Lighting Expo) is jointly organized by China Illuminating Engineering Society and Hong Kong Adsale Exhibition Services Limited. China Lighting Expo has become the biggest Lighting Fair in Northern China. Following the success of last three years, China Lighting Expo has become the best platform for many exhibitors to tap the China market with its clear positioning and Beijing's unique resources.
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Government Sourcing Office, Policy regulator, Government official, Building Energy ManagementRoad and Highway Construction Building Energy Management, Public Transport, Real Estate Developer, Architect, Mine and Oil Development, Transport Signal, Landscape Designer, Interior Designer, Lighting Designer, Construction Contractor, Energy Specialist, Property Management, Lighting Device ManufacturerLighting Wholesaler, Distributor Chain Store, Department Store, Shopping Mall Hotel, Restaurant, Entertainment Venus, System Integators
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LED and OLED Lighting TechnologyLight SourceChip Manufacturing Technology and EquipmentPackaging Technology and EquipmentLight fittings & electrical accessoriesLighting Measuring and Testing Equipment Decorative lighting & Control SystemDecorative LightingStreet LampLighting Control SystemDriving Component Professional LightingIndoor LightingOutdoor LightingIndustrial LightingTraffic Lighting Lighting Application ProjectLighting EngineeringLighting DesignEnergy Management Intelligent Building and Lighting Control System

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