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The interior lighting designing company Dietal plans to boost its presence in the Middle East after it joined French President François Hollande on his official visit to Qatar last June as part of the accompanying business delegation
In line with its aim to increase business in the GCC, Dietal will be highlighting its new LED module technology, Lediz, at its stand in the French Pavilion at this year’s MEE.
Dietal marketing manager Stephen Renard said, "The Middle East and the UAE in particular represent a very large potential for growth for Dietal.
"The region has a strong concentration of real-estate and infrastructure projects and Dietal is in a position to help meet the [associated] demands of the lighting market."
The benefits of the Lediz technology, which acts as a replacement for fluorescent tubes in traditional and bespoke lighting fixtures, includes its high performance diffuser, the introduction of passive cooling through an aluminium rail and an optimal lifecycle of up to 100,000 hours.
The module technology is not only suitable for all applications using linear fluorescent lamps, but can replace LED tubes, generating energy savings of between 25-60 per cent in comparison to traditional light sources.
Visit Dietal on Stand 6C15