LED products to shine at Light Middle East

Neo-Neon confirms presence at upcoming lighting exhibition

Neo-Neon LED Lighting International is listed on the Hong Kong and Taiwan Stock Exchanges.
Neo-Neon LED Lighting International is listed on the Hong Kong and Taiwan Stock Exchanges.

Neo-Neon, a producer of LED-based lighting solutions, has confirmed that it will participate in the upcoming Light Middle East exhibition.

Taking place in Dubai from October 31 to November 2, Light Middle East is a trade show for urban, architectural, theatrical and retail lighting solutions. Neo-Neon will use the show to broaden its presence and further promote the use of environmentally-friendly LED materials in the region.

“This year’s exhibition has an increased focus on innovation and sustainability in design and so Neo-Neon, with its commitment to energy-saving technologies, fits well into this theme,” said Jessica Minton, senior show manager of EPOC Messe Frankfurt, organiser of Light Middle East.

“Light Middle East will feature international exhibitors from a broad spectrum, with companies displaying LED products in one of the key areas. The exhibition will attract a wide range of trade visitors from across the region who are interested in sourcing these types of products,” Minton continued.

Neo-Neon’s product range includes the patented Neon Flex and other architectural and commercial LED lighting products. “Our clients in the UAE are all excited about Neo-Neon’s presence at this trade show, which is also in line with our chairman Ben Fan’s vision of promoting and expanding our network and profile in the Middle East,” said Akira Saito, general manager of Neo-Neon’s Dubai-based Middle East regional office.

“We are inviting everybody not only to see our different LED lighting products but also to appreciate how far LED technology has come.”
 

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