China Electric Refutes Media Reports About Senior Manager Encroaching Company Funds

China Electric or better known for its lighting brand Toa Lighting in Taiwan issued a statement on Oct. 31, 2016 rebutting Taiwanese media reports about ongoing company financial investigations were exaggerated and fabricated.
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China Electric and Philips Lighting Launch Joint Lighting Center in Taiwan

China Electric and Philips Lighting launched a joint International Lighting Design Center in Taipei on Monday, stated Taiwanese LED luminaire manufacturer China Electric.
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China Electric Wins LED Streetlight Projects in Taiwan Totaling NT $400M in 2016

China Electric, a leading Taiwanese LED luminaire manufacturer and owner of lighting brand TOA, announced it won the bid for three large scale LED streetlight projects in Taiwan this year totaling NT $400 million (US $12.84 million).
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Nanya Photonics and China Electric Focus on Smart Hospital Lighting at TILS 2016

Industrial lighting specialist Nanya Photonics and luminaire manufacturer China Electric (or also known as TOA Lighting) both featured smart LED hospital lighting at the four-day Taiwan International Lighting Show (TILS 2016) that took place in Nangang Exhibition Hall, Taipei from April 12-16, 2016.
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China Electric Enters LED Lighting Field with Takeover of GIO Optoelectronics

China Electric Manufacturing Corp. has announced its acquisition of GIO Optoelectronics Corp. in hopes to meet their operation goal of increasing LED lighting revenue share by 20 percent next year.
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Taiwan’s China Electric to Export LED Lighting to Southeast Asia

Taiwanese lighting equipment maker, China Electric Manufacturing Corporation, has intended to export LED lighting to Southeast Asia starting this fourth quarter. The company says it has been mainly promoting exports of LED bulbs, LED tubes, and T5 lights to Southeast Asia. There is ample business potential in Southeast Asia seeing the LED lighting penetration there is only 5% to 8%, with that in Taiwan to reach estimated 30% to 40% in 2012, and even higher rates in Japan, the United States, and Europe....
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China Electric Benefits from Increasing Shipments from China and SE Asia

Taiwan-based China Electric Mfg. Corporation has seen banner revenue growth, mainly driven by exploring overseas markets for LED and traditional lighting in central, southern China and Southeast Asia in 2012. A China Electric executive has confirmed that the company has started delivering LED bulbs in small quantities along with traditional lights to Southeast Asia since June, with shipment to increase monthly. In addition, the executive says that the company’s LED bulbs come with chipsets licensed by U.S.’s CREE and Japan’s Nichia, so ...
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China Electric Mfg. Intends to Sell 200,000 LED Lamps in Japan

Taiwan lamp maker China Electric Mfg. Corp., has intended to sell more than 200,000 LED lamps in Japan through its shareholder Mitsubishi Electric Co., Ltd., and distributors in 2012, nearly triple that sold in the world’s No.3 economy in 2011. The general manager, Z.W. Chang has pointed out that the LED lamps the company will promote in Japan include downlights as well as 9W and 12W light bulbs, estimating the sales will help drive up the company’s LED revenue by 200% from last year’s. According to Chang, LED lamps are becoming popular...
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China Electric Injects US$30 million to Form New Plant in Xiamen

Recently, Taiwan’s No.1 lamp maker, China Electric Mfg. Co., Ltd.,has annonuced to inject US$30 million to form a new company in Xiamen of mainland China to manufacture general lighting fixtures, LED lamps and lithium iron phosphate battery packs. The new company will turn out 200,000 systems of lighting fixture a month in the initial stage mainly for Taiwanese-invested factories and offices in Xiamen. According to China Electric, the new venture will generate revenue up to RMB50 million (US$7.8 million at US$1:RMB6.4) a month in the first operating...
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Epistar Teams up with China Electronics in a joint venture

Taiwan's No.1 LED chipmaker Epistar has intended to team up with China Electronics Corp. (CEC) to build a joint venture.The investment is achieved to US$70 million by Epistar, and it's considered to be Epistar's biggest investment case in the mainland in recent years.
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10W LED downlight for indoor residental and commercial lighting launched by KinLumens

KinLumens launches its 10W LED downlight, which is available in indoor residental and commercial lighting. With an ability to maintain 70% initial lumens over 50,000 hours of continuous operation. By consuming as little as 10 watts, a reduction in CO2 emissions and a saving of over 80% in energy is achieved with Edison LED when compared to 100W incandescent lamp fixture installations.
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Taiwan LED Sector Has Evolved into One-stop Shop

Over the past few years, Taiwan LED manufacturers, from chipmakers and packagers to lighting-module and lamp makers, are beginning to see a payoff from energy efficient products. Taiwan has ranked No. 2 in the global LED supplier, with 2008 revenue estimated to reach around US$1.9 billion, or 26% of world’s total.
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Tokushima, Japan – 17 June 2022: Nichia, the world’s largest LED manufacturer and inventor of high-brightness blue and white LEDs, announces the addition of the Direct Mountable Chip Series (Part Number: NVSWE21A-V1) to the portfol... READ MORE

DURHAM, N.C.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Cree LED, an SGH company (Nasdaq: SGH), announced today the launch of XLamp® Element G LEDs, delivering a new product class with unmatched light output and efficiency for LEDs of this size. The... READ MORE