Singapore-based lighting solutions provider Krislite has teamed up with General Electric (GE) Lighting in a bid to offer the American company’s solutions and products to projects and developers in Myanmar.
Through the deal, Krislite will offer the full range of GE Lighting’s extensive portfolio of products and solutions, GE Lighting said in a statement.
The range of application includes the latest energy efficiency LED technologies for roadway lighting, commercial offices and hotels, which will offer “better and more reliable lighting quality while lowering the energy cost,” GE said.
Jack Tan, country manager GE Lighting Myanmar, said, “We hope to share our knowledge and expertise in the lighting industry, help Myanmar develop their lighting infrastructure and increase their energy efficiency to aid in the country’s development.
“We have established a foothold in Myanmar and she has become one of our most important partners as we stride towards a brighter future,” Tan said.
U Myint Swe, chief minister for Yangon Region Government, said, “I’m sure the collaboration of these two experts will produce a fruitful result for Myanmar and become a core stimulant that helps drive the development of our country.”
GE Lighting employs over 17,000 people in more than 100 countries. In the last one and a half year, GE has made several deals in healthcare, aviation and power generation sectors with local companies.
Krislite has market presence in Singapore, Myanmar and China through projects in city infrastructure, public and residential sectors.