Seoul Semiconductor Becomes a Member of LightingEurope

Seoul Semiconductor announced that it has joined LightingEurope, the industry association that represents the lighting industry in Europe aiming to promote efficient lighting practices for the benefit of the global environment, human comfort, and the health and safety of consumers.

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Seoul Semiconductor becomes a member of the association so that the company will be informed with the latest EU lighting policies that impact its corporate strategies for LED technology development and application, for better and faster response to the European lighting market.

Meanwhile, LightingEurope membership will provide Seoul Semiconductor with the benefits of advance notice on upcoming policies and laws impacting its business, access to guidelines for help in interpreting and complying with EU rules, and participation in forums for industry to exchange views and reach consensus.

“We are proud to join one of the most important communities in Europe for the lighting industry and we are excited to start working with LightingEurope members to share the high quality and environmentally friendly solutions that our company is developing for the lighting industry,” said Carlo Romiti, Europe sales vice president of Seoul Semiconductor.

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