Shanghai International Lighing Fair (SILF 2017)

2017-09-05 - 2017-09-07
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Assistatnt group manager, Trade Fairs
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+852 2238 9969
+852 2519 6079
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, or email to to contact the organiser.
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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
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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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