2018 LED lamp market demand will reach 8.87 billion US dollars T8 lamp the most popular
The latest “commercial lighting market report” pointed out that in 2014 the global LED commercial lighting market penetration is still rapidly pulled up, the annual growth is expected to reach 23%.Commercial lighting The main product application type for the LED tube, spotlights, bulb, and Europe, North America, China is the global LED commercial lighting the main use of the region, is the next five years, the most important market. LED lampide research vice president Wu Yingjie said that in 2013 LED lamp market demand for 2.58 billion US dollars, 2018 will be significantly increased to 8.871 billion US dollars, highlighting the importance of LED lighting in commercial lighting, especially in the parity of the supermarket, office , Underground parking lot is widely used, coupled with the rapid development of the design process, the price advantage is also faster than other lamps and lanterns.Wu Yingjie further pointed out that in the regional market, T8 lamp as the main product, used in office lighting, Europe, the United States, Japan, the main market of light to the main color, which the Chinese market to 6,500K as the main color segment , But generally on the LED lamp promise life is only 25,000 hours.
From the commercial lighting manufacturers to analyze the strategy, Europe, the United States, the Japanese market to improve product quality as one of the most basic development strategy, from the product life extension, light efficiency upgrade to the lighting quality improvement; and light efficiency, uniform Sex, color and life is still the key technology.On the other hand, the Chinese manufacturers strategy is more divergent. As the Chinese lighting market is still maintained high-speed growth, there is no established success model, but overall “channel advantage” should be the most powerful weapons, whether physical water and electricity distributors, e-commerce and so set off a price war, Supply chain and resource integration, so that cost control, in pursuit of price competitive advantage.