TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwired - Feb. 12, 2014) - CRS Electronics Inc. ("CRS" or the "Company"), (TSX VENTURE:LED), a developer and manufacturer of LED lighting products, today announced being named to the TSX Venture Exchange (TSX-V) annual top 50 companies listed on the exchange based on share price, trading volume, market capitalization and analyst coverage. There are more than 2,000 companies listed on the TSX-V.
"It is a tremendous honor to be recognized in this fashion," said Travis Jones, President & CEO of CRS Electronics. "With establishing our Asian supply chain, opening two new offices in China and now rolling out Energy Star certified, market leading LED products; the enthusiasm behind introducing the Lumenova™ brand is palpable." "We are finalizing designs for our new best in class LED linear and cove fixtures and will debut this series at Lightfair International in June 2014. We are building something very special here, and I'm pleased the marketplace is reacting enthusiastically."
About CRS Electronics
CRS Electronics Inc. (TSX VENTURE:LED), a Lighting Facts partner, is a leader in the emerging, rapidly-growing market of high efficiency light-emitting-diode ("LED"), or, solid state lighting ("SSL"). The principal activities of CRS Electronics include the development, manufacture and sale, primarily in North America, of indoor lighting products such as LED replacement lamps, exterior LED warning lights for school buses, child safety systems for school buses, LED architectural lighting fixtures, and contract manufacturing of LED circuit boards. As an innovator of LED solutions since 1998, CRS Electronics continues to expand its product portfolio and market presence with business partners and customers, and under its own product brands, which include CRS Electronics and Lumenova™.
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