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U-Tron (Beijing) And LECC Consulting Group Sign Exclusive Agency Agreement

LECC Consulting Group exclusive regional agent for all U-Tron LED products in Canada, Mexico and Indonesia

Beijing, China (July 03, 2009) /ChinaNewswire.com/ — U-Tron (Beijing) Electronics Co. Ltd. (U-Tron) announces today that it has signed an exclusive agency agreement with the Canada-based LECC Consulting Group (LECC). The agreement appoints LECC as the exclusive agent in Canada, Mexico and Indonesia, providing marketing, sales and maintenance services for of all U-Tron's LED products in those countries.

These products include: Lucas LED streetlights, BatLED indoor and outdoor floodlights, Traffic signal lights, SoLED solar powered lights, Helios E27 LED light bulbs, and Lucas E40 retrofit bulbs.

Raja Magasweran, the general manager of U-Tron said, "We are very pleased to welcome LECC as our agents for these three very promising markets. With their background in high technology and their extensive experience in these countries we are confident that they will be ideal partners in developing the market for advanced energy saving lighting solutions."

Dr. Chi Lin, the president of LECC, commented, "We are very proud to have signed this agreement with U-Tron. There is a rapidly growing awareness of the importance of 'green' energy saving lighting technology in reducing emissions of greenhouse gasses. U-Tron with their advanced designs and use of components from the leading LED company Cree, put us at the leading edge of this expanding market.

LECC join U-Trons's existing network of agents in Chile, China, Sweden, and the USA. U-Tron agents also provide distribution services in the European Union and the Phillippines.

About U-Tron

U-Tron (Beijing) Electronics Co. Ltd. was established in 1992 as a WOFE in Beijing, China. The company was 100% funded by investments from an American Company, China Business Associates. The main purpose was to bring U.S. developed technology products to China for manufacturing and localization. Today U-Tron has 1,000 square meters of office space in the Central Business District of Beijing and an 1,800 square meter factory employing more than 50 people in the Beijing Development Area (BDA) of Yi Zhuang district. The company focuses on developing leading-edge energy saving technology.

Website: www.u-tron.com

About LECC

Calgary, Canada-based LECC Consulting Group was established in 1997, and specializes in in project consulting, business analysis and project management on EAI, E-Commerce, systems automation and robotics, expert systems, database applications; and RFID system. Recently LECC has added LED and other green energy related products and services into its portfolio. The company is also heavily involved in trading and network building, offering a wide range of services to both Chinese and Canadian businesses in areas such as: language, banking, custom, legal, accounting and clearing; market information in both markets; advertising in both countries; logistics support and warehousing; market assessment and feasibility study; creating multimedia presentation for products and companies; and company matching. LECC's client base and network covers Canada, Norway, Mexico, Indonesia, Nigeria and China.

CONTACT INFORMATION
  • Raja Magasweran
    Tel: +86 10-6568-2990
    Email: raja magasweran@u-tron.com

    Dr. Chi Lin
    Tel: + 1 403 6087266
    Email: clin@canada-china.com

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