Exhibits at Lightfair International, the United States, May 9-11th
Parans Solar Lighting will together with its distributor Wasco Skylights display its products at the world leading trade show Lightfair International in Philadelphia, the United States, May 9-11.
Lightfair International (http://www.lightfair.com/V40) is the world leading annual trade show within architectural and commercial light. Parans will together with its distributor Wasco display the Parans system, an active sunlight system, at the trade show and present the benefits to a general public, stakeholders and architects. The sunlight is lead through fibre optic cables up to 100 meters into the building, which means 30 floors down. The natural light may be spread in several different ways inside the room and contributes to an indoor environment that improves the well-being, but also to a reducation of energy consumption when less artificial light is needed. Through Wasco’s sales network Parans is represented throughout the United States.
- The trade show had last year more than 27 000 antendees such as architects, light designers, real estate managers, municipalites and many more within the light sector and construction sector from the whole world, says Anders Koritz, CEO at Parans. It is an important arena for us as we now are focusing on the US market through the resently renewed relationship with Wasco.
Please visit Parans and Wasco in booth #658 at Lightfair International in Philadelphia, the United Sates, May 9-11.
For more information, please contact:
Anders Koritz, CEO at Parans Solar Lighting AB (publ), phone +46 31 20 15 90, email@example.com www.parans.com
About Parans Solar Lighting AB (publ)
Parans Solar Lighting offers sunlight for indoor environments through an innovative system that captures and leads the rays of the sun. Parans, which developed and patented the technology, turns mainly to property owners, architects and larger employers worldwide. Parans Solar Lighting is quoted on the stock exchange list Aktietorget and has offices in Gothenburg, Sweden.