Rexton Technologies to set up LED plant in Sharjah

Rexton Technologies Middle East is setting up a fully integrated LED manufacturing facility in Sharjah

In the first phase, the LED plant will manufacture fast moving commercial items including LED panels.
In the first phase, the LED plant will manufacture fast moving commercial items including LED panels.

Rexton Technologies Middle East is setting up a fully integrated LED manufacturing facility in Sharjah.

The plant, which is being set up with the technical support of Ansell Lighting UK and Pierlite Australia, will feature LED production, design and customisation capabilities.

Lalu Samuel, chairman and managing director of Kingston Holdings, said Rexton has been providing local and global customers with highly customised lighting solutions for commercial, industrial and special application.

He said: “The need of the hour is to make concrete contributions to the green movement. Towards this goal, Rexton Technologies seeks to transform and develop more energy efficient and intelligent products by pushing the environmental innovation boundaries.”

Rexton, the flagship brand of Kingston group, has more than 12 years of manufacturing experience in SAIF Zone (Sharjah International Airport Free Zone), and exports to more than 100 countries.

Samuel added: “Kingston Holdings is the largest investor in SAIF Zone with its facility spread over 93,000m2 land area."

In the first phase, the LED plant will manufacture fast moving commercial items including LED panels, retrofit down-lights, street lights, weather proof, batten fittings, flood lights and spot lights.

The group’s diversified businesses in SAIF Zone manufactures over 1,200 products in various categories, including air movement, heating, ventilation, cable management PVC & metal, data distribution, cabinets, etc.

The group also operates its international joint ventures and other business divisions across the region from its SAIF Zone headquarters.

 

 

 

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