LED industry mergers is the trend of the times
OFweek Semiconductor Lighting News LED has long been considered a promising "second photovoltaic" industry. However, in the past two years of development, there have been overcapacity and lack of cor...
OFweek Semiconductor Lighting News LED has long been considered a promising "second photovoltaic" industry. However, in the past two years of development, there have been overcapacity and lack of core competitiveness.
In response, the National Semiconductor Lighting Industry R & D and Industry Alliance (CSA) Deputy Secretary-General Ruan Jun admitted a few days ago, with LED technology continue to make breakthroughs and become mature, the technical performance, especially the improvement of luminous efficiency is no longer LED Lighting applications, the biggest obstacles and demands, "how to meet the market demand for innovation, establishing an effective market circulation system, build industry-renowned brands, establish consumer confidence is becoming the LED industry and market applications to further promote the most crucial factor."
He suggested that from the LED lighting industry development trend, it is necessary to establish a communication, coordination and integration platform and a comprehensive service model and carrier.
In fact, industry insiders, after spending the downturn in 2012, the LED chip prices down sharply. Although entering into 2013, the prices of LED products are declining, some LED lighting products are close to the price of compact energy-saving lamps, that is, they initially have an alternative advantage, which objectively has driven the market demand.
Relevant business people and the "IFC" correspondents frankly stated that from the current situation, their performance is indeed better than in 2012, but still look forward to the government can give more subsidies to this emerging industry. There is also the view that the current LED industry less than 200 billion yuan, there have been more than 5,000 companies, low concentration. In the future, we must "prepare for the upcoming mergers and acquisitions in the industry."