Laite E-Commerce provides export services for a variety of products. Their daughter brand EliteGrow is specialized in the export of indoor LED grow lights. Company spokesperson William explained that EliteGrow has provided indoor grow light services for the horticultural industry since 2013, and their LED grow lights are often used on shelves, growing chambers, and indoor gardens. The company has clients in the USA, Canada, Oceania, Western Europe, and northern Europe. All their products are CE and RoHS certified.
William continued, "we provide reliable, high-quality LED grow lights and grow light solutions. We receive specific requirements from overseas clients and then we consult with our botanical experts. Together we design the most suitable grow light solution. We confirm with our clients before we begin the manufacturing process. We are very flexible. We provide year-round solutions for our clients and install the grow lights in advance to make sure everything is in order. For example, we provided a light source for a client in Hungary with an indoor vegetable farm. That client primarily produced relatively delicate vegetable sprouts. We carefully planned the grow light solution and selected the appropriate grow lights with the most suitable light spectrum. The client was extremely satisfied with our solution. The cost price of grow lights is around 150-200 yuan [23.56-31.42 USD] per square meter. And one square meter can produce around 60-80 boxes of vegetable sprouts. There is an obvious profit margin there, and the cost price of grow lights is relatively small."
"We primarily provide high-quality grow light products and solutions for reasonable prices to small- to medium-sized horticultural companies abroad. When we receive inquiries from clients we immediately gather all the relevant information and forward their feedback to our engineers. We do our best to maximize the benefit for our clients. The pandemic affected all industries, including horticulture, and some growers have had to reduce the number of growing seasons from four per year to three. Our clients, however, have only expanded their scale of operations during this period."