KD Power, renowned electric power IT company in Korea, is participating in the Electrical Construction Equipment and Materials Fair (ECEMF) 2011 in order to show their excellent technologies and products. The 59th ECEMF 2011, which is the biggest electrical construction show in Japan is held from May 25 to 27 for three days at Tokyo Big Sight. This event is the place to see the global trend on electrical products by exhibiting all kinds of goods for electric work such as, heavy equipment, wiring devices, lighting equipment, electrical wires and cables.
At ECEMF 2011, KD Power showcases 'Smart IT Environment-friendly Generator' which was certified as excellent product and 'Solar Robot-type Tracker', which is able to track the location of the Sun with one motor. The 'Solar Robot-type Tracker' is already a famous product to the public for certifying as a New Excellent Technology (NET). That's not it! They also introduce the Smart LED Bio Lighting, which has a high efficiency saving on electricity up to 67 percent with its smart eco sensor. All the products of KD Power are provided with Machine to Mobile (M2M) service in order to prevent accidents and improve system's efficiency whenever the customers want.
Particularly, KD Power's eco-friendly, low-noise and low emission generator is worthy to note. It is capable of reducing emissions up to 93 percent by installing the metal filter, which uses the heat from engines without extra energy consumption. And its specialized structure reduces 30 percent of noises compared to the existing product. The product also adds remote managing system to check and control the generators and fuel supply status and driving situations in real time via a mobile phone. After all, it enables the efficient managing of the product.
Recently, KD Power has signed a US$ 2 million generator contract with SUTORY, which is a global food company in Japan. The reason why KD Power could enter the Japanese market successfully is because of product reliability certified from the government, fast delivery, 15-20 percent lower cost compared to Japanese products, and A/S network throughout the franchises in Japan.
Kim Eam-bae, CEO of KD Power said, "It is the first time to enter the Japanese market with generators as a finished product not as a component." He continued, "With this, as our stepping-stone, we are planning cultivate overseas markets as the new growth engine, raising the export rate to 30 percent of the total sales by 2015."