Shanghai International Lighing Fair (SILF 2016)

Explore the project based and intelligent lighting business opportunities in Eastern China
Date
2016-08-31 - 2016-09-02
Exhibitors
298
Floor Size
13000
Attendees
11676
Event contact title
Assistatnt group manager, Trade Fairs
Event contact first name
Scarlet
Event contact last name
Mak
Email
li
Event contact telephone number
+852 2238 9969
Fax
+852 2519 6079
Description
Coming to the third edition of the Shanghai International Lighting Fair 2015, the fair will be staged again on 31 August – 2 September 2016 at the Shanghai New International Expo Centre. The 2016 fair will highlight on energy-saving and intelligent lighting technology. To stay ahead of the curve, show value will be further added with hot topic technical seminars on channel innovations, e-channel business models, wireless connectivity and intelligent elements in lighting design. For more information regarding these shows, please visit www.light.messefrankfurt.com.cn, or email to light@china.messefrankfurt.com to contact the organiser.
Attendee information
Industry end users ◾Street lighting management ◾Retailers, Chain stores / Department Stores ◾Hotels ◾Large gymnasium ◾Museum Design and planning / construction engineering ◾Architects ◾Engineers ◾Building contractors ◾Planners ◾Designers ◾Developers ◾Property management ◾Construction / Planning authorities Traders and manufacturers ◾Importers ◾Exporters ◾Wholesalers ◾Distributors ◾Buying offices ◾E-Retailers ◾Retailers ◾Chain stores ◾Department stores ◾Lighting and LED manufactures
Exhibitor information
Outdoor lighting applications - Street lighting - Architectural lighting - Garden lighting - Tunnel lighting - Sport arena lighting - Advertisement lighting Residential lighting Commercial lighting applications - Retail lighting - Office lighting - Industrial lighting - Hotel lighting Lighting accessories and LED technologies - Raw materials - Epitaxial wafers - Chips - Packaging - Components - Modules - Drivers and controllers

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