Visitors at Điện Quang brand's booth during the first day of the LEDTEC ASIA exhibition. VNS Photo Minh Thu
HÀ NỘI — Various lighting brands from Việt Nam and other countries gathered at the Việt Nam International LED/OLED and Lighting Show 2016 (LEDTEC ASIA 2016), which opened today in Hà Nội.
Rapid industrialisation and modernisation of the country had resulted in the need for new technologies, which are energy saving and environment friendly to create sustainable development.
The exhibition is an opportunity for businesses operating in the field of lighting technology LED/OLED in Việt Nam to expand cooperation, attract investment and strengthen trade promotion with international partners.
The exhibition has 150 booths set up by 30 Vietnamese and 50 foreign enterprises from various countries, such as South Korea, China, Singapore and Japan.
On display are LED/OLED lighting fixtures, material components, manufacturing and testing equipment, and digital signage.
“We believe the exhibition will help businesses introduce their technology and the best-quality modern products to consumers. The event is a bridge between producers, distributors and consumers,” Đoàn Duy Khương, vice chairman of the Việt Nam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI), said.
Following the success of the exhibition last year in HCM City, Ledtec Asia is being held in Hà Nội for the first time. Last year, the exhibition attracted 18,000 visitors from 18 countries.
Danny Hyundae Shin, director of Exporum, organiser of LEDTEC Asia 2016, said the event was an ideal solution for companies wanting to expand their overseas business in the new rapidly growing lighting market in Việt Nam and Southeast Asia.
An event on LED history would be a perfect place to get more knowledge on the beginnings Việt Nam's LED’s industry. Under the framework of the exhibition, the Việt Nam Academy of Science and Technology will hold a workshop on LED technology with participants from the Việt Nam Lighting Association, exhibitors and renowned speakers from around the world.
The exhibition is on at the International Exhibition Centre, 91 Trần Hưng Đạo Street, Hà Nội, until Friday. — VNS