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CoopFed launches CFL bulbs

Prime Colour Tex Company and CoopFed (Sri Lanka Consumer Co-operative Societies' Federation Ltd) have introduced the Cooplight CFL bulb.

At the signing the MoU. Prime Colour Tex Managing Director H. S. Shin (left) presents a blub to CoopFed Chairman, Ruwan Bandara Tennakoon.

According to the producers, the CFL bulb manufactured with Korean technology reduces power consumption by 80 percent.

An MoU in this regard was signed between CoopFed's Chairman Ruwan Bandara Tennakoon and Prime Colour Tex Managing Director H. S. Shin at the CoopFed headquarters, coinciding with 25th anniversary of CoopFed.

According to the MoU members of 315 CoopFed societies and over 700,000 members of 3,250 affiliated rural banks of CoopFed will now have the privilege of obtaining Coop Light CFL bulb at a comparatively lower price to the CFL bulbs in the local market. The product can also be obtained by members on easy-payment terms. The CoopLight CFL bulb manufactured by expert technicians with Korean technology has been awarded the 'five star' standard certification by the Sri Lanka Sustainable Energy Authority to endorse the product's quality.

Prime Colour Tex Managing Director, H. S. Shin said his company is geared with the latest Korean technology that is on a par with world standards to produce CFL bulbs has been in business in Sri Lanka since 2005.

"We hope to introduce more products that will contribute towards power conservation in the country in the near future," added the Prime Colour Tex Managing Director.


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