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To Set Up Unit in Noida: BN Sinha

New Delhi-based Candela Lighting Systems Pvt Ltd, a company that specialises in LED lighting solutions for architectural lighting, plans to expand operations in the country’s western region in 2011. “We would like to appoint projects-centric distributors in Mumbai, Pune and Indore by next year. The dealers must be connected to prestigious architects and interior decorators, as they play a critical role in interior lighting projects,” informs B N Sinha (, joint director of the company.

Candela has a wide range of products to offer, including downlighters, track lights, spot lights, cove lighting and linear LED strips for interior applications and inground up-lighters, facade flood lamps and IP68 approved under-water LED lights for exteriors. And to market these, Candela has distributors in Delhi, Bangalore, Kolkata, Kanpur, Chandigargh and Himachal Pradesh. It is now looking for more distributors in western India.

Sinha informs that the company plans to set up a new facility in Greater Noida, UP. “Noting the unabated growth opportunities in the LED segment, we are setting up a new plant in 2011,” he says. The company currently produces LED luminaires and lighting systems at a facility at Baghpat in UP, from where it also offers lighting design consultancy and customised LED concepts. “We do not use any sub-standard components and our LED chips are mainly imported from Edison and Nichia. We manufacture our own LED drivers, right from 1W to 150W as well as high quality luminaires, in addition to lighting control gear using technologies like DMX, Optima, Visual and Master,” avers Sinha.

Candela mainly markets to projects and specialises in offering customised decorative lighting solutions for hotels, resorts, restro-bars, shopping malls, corporate offices, farmhouses and residences. “Our prestigious clients include ITC Rajputana, Sheraton New Delhi, MBD Radisson Ludhiana, Eros Shangrila, Jubilant Organosys and the British High Commission,” adds Deepak Tyagi, the other joint director of the company. “We focus on the aesthetic side of lighting and customise luminaires to facilitate architectural requirements of the client.”

According to Sinha, Candela has created a niche in interior lighting projects, unlike its competitors who have fl ooded the market with low priced low-quality imported LED lighting products.


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