As the festival of lights shines a light on India’s steadily improving domestic market, Light + LED Expo India is gearing up for its highly anticipated opening from November 3-5, 2022. The show, considered to be India’s largest lighting exhibition India, will feature over 1000 lighting products and technologies from over 200 exhibitors, including a robust line of ‘Make in India’ products.
Organized jointly by Messe Frankfurt India and ELCOMA (Electric Lamp and Component Manufacturers Association of India), the mega show will showcase a wide range of lighting technologies and solutions, including finished products and accessories, lighting components and raw materials, intelligent lighting systems, solar lamps as well as LED manufacturing equipment and machinery.
The Indian government is actively working to increase the ingenuity and production capacity of Indian lighting manufacturers by encouraging localization. With state-of-the-art technological know-how, world-class production standards and cost advantages, the Indian lighting industry has the potential to become the most lucrative lighting market in the world.
Providing Indian manufacturers with a timely platform to showcase their expertise in lighting production and actively supporting India’s “Atmanirbhar Bharat” mission, Light+LED Expo India will showcase a strong portfolio of “Make in India” products, technologies and solutions. . Lighting and component manufacturers including iTvis, S2B2, Crescent Opto, Uniglobus (Polycab), LC Tech, Dominar, Persung Alloy, Accent Controls, Kevin Electro, Rabyte, Fulham, Semiconic, Componix, Juki India, Lumens Technology, Mexitech, among others, will be part of this three-day fair.
Raj Manek, Executive Director and Member of the Board of Messe Frankfurt Asia Holding Ltd, underlined the importance of the exhibition: “Light + LED Expo India will induce business interactions on an unprecedented scale. It will provide an ideal platform for local lighting manufacturers to showcase their vast technological capabilities in front of local and global industry players. We are confident that this will have a flourishing impact on the progress of the domestic lighting industry in India.
Backed by support from the Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology (MeitY) and major industry associations such as Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL), The Energy Resources Institute (TERI), Luminaires Accessories Components Manufacturers Association (LACMA ) and Indian Buildings Congress (IBC), Light+LED Expo India aims to be a key business platform for lighting manufacturers to showcase their latest lighting solutions and connect with a myriad of commercial buyers and of key industry figures.
First post: STI