LERRI Solar to expand overseas

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Monocrystalline cell and module manufacturer Lerri Photovoltaic Technology (Lerri Solar), a subsidiary of major monocrystalline wafer producer Longi Silicon Materials announces new ambition to expand overseas. Source: LERRI Solar

Chinese monocrystalline solar module manufacturer LERRI Solar has announced a new ambition to expand into the overseas market. The company has launched road shows in Japan, India, USA, UK, Australia, Thailand, Abu Dhabi and South Africa; showcasing its latest products for potential international growth.

“In addition to ramping up our manufacturing facilities in India and Malaysia, we have now set up subsidiaries in Tokyo, Frankfurt and San José. These new overseas operations will propel the organization forward to be a truly global solar energy leader,” said Richard For, LERRI Solar's head of overseas business, in a statement.

LERRI Solar’s monocrystalline silicon cells are to be exhibited at different global roadshows from this month through to November. 

The company's new ambition follows news that LERRI Solar was one of five more Chinese module manufacturers cut from the EU’s Minimum Import Price (MIP) undertaking; meaning that it will now have to service its European customers from manufacturing facilities abroad. 

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