Taiwan International Lighting Show 2011 Set for March 18-21

After successfully debuting the Taiwan International Lighting Show (TILS) this March 15, the Taiwan Lighting Fixture Export Association (TLFEA) and Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) have announced that the second or 2011 edition of the fair will be held March 18 to 21 at the Taipei World Trade Center.

TLFEA Chairman David Chang pays fist-palm salute to an exhibitor at TILS 2010.

Featuring extensive product variety, the 2011 TILS will cover lighting for household, commercial, industrial, office and outdoor applications, as well as LED technology, parts and accessories, control systems, manufacturing equipment and instrument sections.

The 4-day show launched in March housed 170 manufacturers to exhibit their latest products in 404 booths, drawing 11,681 visitors, including 681 buyers, from China, Hong Kong, Singapore, the United States, Australia, Italy, Spain, the Philippines, India, Japan, and other markets.

Views of TILS 2010.

 

The 2010 show also included several educational and buyer-oriented activities as pre-show press conference, new product presentation, procurement conferences, technology forums and workshops. Such support activities reflected the organizers’ aim to build upon Taiwan’s position as the world’s biggest LED supplier by volume , as well as the rising importance of LED lighting worldwide.

The organizers reported promising results from the 2010 TILS, where foreign buyers placed US$1.07 million of orders on-the-spot, with US$154 million of potential orders to be signed in the following six months, as well as US$206,500 of orders placed by local buyers on-the-spot and US$7.3 million in potential follow-up business.

(by Ken Liu)

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