Chinese LED light maker 'OPPLE' launches operation in Bangladesh
Published : Sunday, 26 June, 2022 at 8:19 PM Count : 782
OPPLE, number one Chinese lightning solution giant, has launched its operation in Bangladesh in collaboration with Spark Infrastructure Ltd.
The launching ceremony was held at a local restaurant in Dhaka on Saturday (June 25, 2022) where both parties announced their collaboration.
The ceremony was inaugurated by Dr. Tejkera Khanam, Chairman, RP Construction Private Ltd and Farid Ahmed Bhuiya, Managing Director, RP Construction Private Ltd.
Miss Tanazzul Ayman, Chairman, Spark Infrastructure Ltd and Md Moinuddin Sifty, Managing Director, Spark Infrastructure Ltd were present at the launching ceremony.
Besides, Khandakar Ruhul Amin, Chairman, Bangladesh Electrical Association; Mr Leven Cao, Country Manager, OPPLE, South Asia and Han Jingzai, GM, IBU (International Business Unit), OPPLE and Reduanul Aziz, Head of Business Operation, Spark Infrastructure Ltd also attended the launching ceremony.
OPPLE is a No. 1 Chinese lighting brand with annual sales amounting to 1 billion US dollar. The company operates in more than 70 countries and regions in Asia Pacific, Europe, Middle East and South Africa. It boasts a network of over 150,000 sales outlets including 6,000 Opple franchised stores.
Founded in 1996, OPPLE is an integrated lighting company covering R&D, production, distribution and after-sales. It believes in new inventions and products which make life easier for the consumers. In the process the company invests over 20 million US dollars in R&D each year and leading 2800+ patents applied. OPPLE employs over 400+ engineers and scientists in its Wujiang R&D Center.
Miss Tanazzul Ayman said, "We are delighted to be able to bring Opel to Bangladesh. We are especially proud to be able to set up an Opel factory in Bangladesh. We hope to make Opel a success with everyone's cooperation."
Farid Ahmed Bhuiya, Managing Director, RP Construction Private Ltd, said, "Bangladesh has changed in all aspects. Today we are supplying 100 per cent electricity. OPPLE will work hand in hand with the country in this journey towards light."
Han Jingzai, GM, IBU (International Business Unit), OPPLE, said, "We have been providing lighting solutions for Bangladesh since 2012. But today I am particularly happy because we are finally able to set up an assembly unit in Bangladesh with Spark Infrastructure Ltd. "I hope in future, both sides will move forward equally."
OPPLE's Wujiang production center is the largest lighting industrial site in Asia with a production floor area of 600,000 square meters.
Mostly OPPLE gives the whole lighting solution. But their most renowned products are LED Downlight, LED Spotlight, LED Panel, LED Linear Indoor, LED High bay/Low bay, LED Waterproof, LED Street Light, LED Floodlight, LED Landscape light, LED Bulb, LED High power bulb, LED Batten, LED T8 Tube, LED Soft Strip, LED Candle, LED Filament, LED Module, LED Ceiling Light etc.
As a benchmark total lighting solution provider for the Chinese lighting industry, OPPLE upholds its brand concept of "See Beyond" and its mission to create value out of light by focusing on innovation that puts people first. OPPLE aims to provide lighting systems and integrated home total solutions, creating a professional, intelligent, fashionable, healthy and high-quality life experience for consumers.
About Spark Infrastructure Ltd
Spark Infrastructure Ltd. is a synchronizing establishment of RP Construction (pvt.) Ltd.
RP Construction (Pvt.) Ltd has started its journey since 1975 and now is a front line business institution of Bangladesh. "With more than 40 years of experience in the construction industry (government, non-government and private sector) and with an experienced management team in place, we are ready to diversify into new ventures."
The company has already established an assembly plant covering an area of 30,000 sqft with the technical support of OPPLE Lighting International Holding Ltd to assemble the OPPLE Lights and other Lighting Fixtures in Bangladesh.