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U-Tron (Beijing) And U.S.-Based Intelight Sign OEM Agreement

U.S.-based company to manufacture and market U-Tron LED lights under the Intelight brand name.

Beijing, China (August 06, 2009) /ChinaNewswire.com/ — U-Tron (Beijing) Electronics Co. Ltd. (U-Tron) announces today that it has signed an OEM agreement with the Tucson, Arizona-based electronics company Intelight. Under the terms of the agreement, Intelight will produce and distribute U-Tron licensed LED technology in the USA under the Intelight brand name.

The new Intelight products utilizing U-Tron LED technologies include: LED streetlights, Indoor and Outdoor floodlights, Traffic signal lights and solar powered LED lights.

Intelight is also empowered to enhance U-Tron products with its own communications and software technologies as well as add "bolt on" third party components.

After the signing ceremony Raja Magasweran, the managing director of U-Tron, said, "This is a major event for both our companies and Intelight is a perfect name for LED Luminaries. Craig Gardner, the founder of Intelight has excellent contacts throughout the public and private sector and now is the best time to tap into many energy and carbon footprint reduction programs in the LED Lighting fields."

"They have purchased demos, had the training and placed their first order already. We are looking forward to doing a long term volume business with them." Magasweran added.

Craig C. Gardner, the founder of Intelight, commented, "Intelight has only recently entered into the LED street lighting business so I am very pleased that we have been able to sign this OEM agreement with U-Tron: one of the technology leaders in the LED lighting business. The ability to source U.S. manufactured components locally and to incorporate complimentary Intelight technologies will ensure that we have the competitive pricing and flexibility to make these products a success in our market place."

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 Intelight
Intelight Inc. is headquartered in Tucson, Arizona, and was founded by Craig Gardner, PE. Intelight's manufactures its products in Tucson Arizona and employs a group of highly talented and qualified engineers who bring advanced technology expertise to the company in the areas of systems, traffic and electrical engineering. As well as LED lighting, Intelight Inc. manufactures and Smart Signal Heads (ESB's), traffic controllers, cabinets and solar powered backup power systems. The company's mission is to provide its customers with the highest quality and most innovative "state-of-the-art" technology along with exceptional service and cost-effectiveness. Intelight's traffic signals and traffic controllers and cabinets meet or exceed national specifications and are Energy Star qualified.

Website: www.intelight-its.com

CONTACT INFORMATION
  • Raja Magasweran
    China Toll Free: 400-262-1806
    Email: raja@u-tron.com

    Craig Gardner (in the USA)
    Tel: 1-520-795-8808;
    Email: craig.gardner@intelight-its.com

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