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Luminus Opens Taiwan Office

LED manufacturer hopes to capture more of the growing Asian market with new, Taiwan-based office.

Big Chip nitride LED manufacturer, Luminus Devices, has opened an office in Taiwan in response to growing demand in the Asian market.

The office offers sales support, customer service, field application engineering, and operational engineering to key customers, suppliers and contract manufacturing partners in Asia.

Located in Taoyuan County, the office is managed by Robin Hung, sales director for the Asia Region.

According to Luminus, he will be overseeing a growing staff that will be responsible for managing current relationships and future business opportunities in display, entertainment and speciality lighting vertical markets across Asia.

“Opening an office in Taiwan expands our global commercial and technical support reach as the office’s location provides a strategic hub for Luminus Devices," said Keith Ward, president and chief executive. “The Taiwan office is central to Asia, which is the hotspot for LED technology and manufacturing...many of our channel partners are located in the region, and the new office will allow the company to improve communications and business with these partners."

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