OPPLE Lighting ranked No.1 on China’s Top 100 LED Enterprises List 2015 and listed among China’s First Batch of Export Quality and Safety Demonstration Lighting Enterprises

OPPLE Lighting ranked No.1 on China’s Top 100 LED Enterprises List 2015 and listed among China’s First Batch of Export Quality and Safety Demonstration Lighting Enterprises

Lagoona Beach Luxury Resort and Spa (Antara)

SHANGHAI--(Antara/BUSINESS WIRE)-- With its new business models and high-quality products, OPPLE Lighting recently announced that it harvested two honors: it was ranked No.1 on China’s Top 100 LED Enterprises List 2015 and listed among China’s First Batch of Export Quality and Safety Demonstration Lighting Enterprises. China’s Top 100 LED Enterprises List 2015 was revealed at the 6th China LED Lighting Application Summit & China LED Industry Development Trend Forum held by China Building Decoration Association in Guangzhou, China, while China’s First Batch of Export Quality and Safety Demonstration Lighting Enterprises were selected by the Joint Conference Office for Construction of Exporting Industrial Products (Lighting) Quality and Safety Demonstration. The two recognitions will help OPPLE Lighting maintain its leading position in China’s lighting industry and strengthen its brand image in the process of the globalization.

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In 2015, OPPLE Lighting became the first Chinese enterprise providing lighting solutions to the high-end hotels in the Middle East. Impressed by its superior products and professional services, Lagoona Beach Luxury Resort and Spa, the top luxury hotel in Bahrain, invited OPPLE Lighting to get involved in their first lighting project via the famous local contractor Fundament. The company spent 9 months on lighting design and parameter selection to provide a high-end solution and gain the project at last. In the whole process of the project, OPPLE Lighting provided advanced LED products like HM Downlight, LED EcoMax Spot, LED Spot High Quality and LED Softstrip for interior lighting of 177 rooms and the lobby to achieve a green and harmonious lighting environment and experience for hotel guests. The success of this collaboration marked another important step of OPPLE Lighting in its global expansion.

With the increasingly intensive competition in the LED lighting market, China’s lighting manufacturers have to face a transformation of the whole industry. It is reported that the gross product value of China’s LED lighting market will reach $33.1 billion in 2015, up 18.5% year-on-year. Apart from LED lighting products sales, China’s LED packaging service providers also faced various challenges last year. Under such fierce circumstances, OPPLE Lighting still concentrated on pursuing high-quality products and steady development to keep its competition edge in the whole lighting industry.

Instead of producing traditional lighting products, most Chinese lighting enterprises introduced LED products to keep balance between price and sales and to enhance their overall strength in the lighting industry. Committed to “creating value with light”, OPPLE Lighting also made every effort to improve technology capability and introduce innovative LED products to increase its global competitive edge.

About OPPLE Lighting

OPPLE Lighting Co. Ltd. is a leading lighting brand in China, which is rapidly expanding in more than 70 countries with a sales revenue of 623M Euro in 2015. It boasts the largest distribution network in China and over 41,000 sales terminals worldwide including over 6000 branded shops. OPPLE has a strong innovation focus with over 1000 patents, backed by its state-of-the-art R&D center and a R&D team of over 300 engineers.

For more information about OPPLE Lighting, please visit: www.opple.com.

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Contacts

OPPLE
Kiko Li, +86-21-38550000
lisiying@opple.com

Source: OPPLE Lighting Co. Ltd.

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