Delhi-based company launches LED brand “Briway” in JK

Jaikant Parashar

Srinagar: A leading Delhi-based electronic goods manufacturer launched its lighting brand “Briway – way to future” here in Jammu and Kashmir on Sunday, with Valley’s leading dealers and distributors attending the launch event at Zero Bridge Fine Dine in Srinagar.

“The brand’s parent company K. P. Pvt. Ltd. manufactures for all home and corporate LED lighting requirements with its factory in Delhi. It is first time that the brand has come to the state with its varied range of lighting products and soon plans to introduce more electronic equipment and appliances for the consumers,” a statement of the company read.

“We are glad to launch our products here in the state, from Srinagar. We want to fulfill people’s growing demand for efficient, reliable and cheap lighting and electronic products especially in the LED lighting segment. We will have our warehouses in Jammu and Srinagar so that people will not have to face shortage of products due to weather conditions that affect the transportation connectivity,” said Jaikant Parashar, Director of K. P. Technologies Pvt. Ltd.

The company offers two-year on-spot replacement warranty and competitive rates on all products that work on lowest voltage input, up to 80v only. Some of the products in the diverse range include, polycarbonate coated aluminum heat sink body LED bulbs, foot, gate, wall, tube, down, cob down, corporate panel, surface panel, recess panel, strip and adapter, hanging, garden, mirror, bed, track, flood, street and solar street and high bay lights.

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