Innovative, Refined Portable Secondary Batteries

https://korean-electronics.com//inquiry[INQ. NO. 1708E22] Myung Sung has originally been engaged in the supply of ordinary sales-promotional items. In order to meet the changing market demand, the company plunged into the production of portable secondary batteries for smartphones in 2012. Since then, it has rapidly emerged as the frontrunner in this field in Korea.
Thanks to their refined, customer-oriented design, the firm’s portable secondary batteries have enjoyed explosive demand both at home and abroad. Last year witnessed the maker’s annual turnover marking about $15 million. The company has expanded its annual production volume for portable secondary batteries to four million units.
Portable secondary batteries from the maker come in cylindrical or thin tetragonal design. Most of them are equipped with an LED indicator showing the remaining battery power.

Competitive Hot-Selling Models Tapping into the Global Market

Among the manufacturer’s popular K-Series models are K-15, K-13 and K-12. Measuring 145 x 70 x 22mm, they have battery capacities of 13,000mAh, 7,800mAh and 5,200mAh, respectively. Using original Samsung batteries made in Korea, they come in various colors, including white, gold, dark gray and black. Their patterned leather design has a luxurious texture. With a high output of 2.1A, they permit silk/color off-set printing.
Recently, the maker has entered the limelight by successfully developing an innovative S.MODO 880 portable secondary battery incorporating a solar panel and a wireless charger. Measuring 121 x 67 x 15mm, the model has a battery capacity of 5,000mAh and comes in various colors including green, gray, blue and pink. Its output is 2.4A under wired mode and 1.0A under wireless mode. It permits both UV color and silk printing. Since it permits easy charging regardless of the user’s location, it is ideal for outdoor activities. Under the wireless mode, it provides convenient charge without using cables.
“We take pride in capturing the leading position in the domestic portable secondary battery market. It is anticipated that technology for portable secondary batteries will be applied to the electric home appliance sector. So, plans are afoot to put various convenient portable electric home appliances on the market,” explained company president Kim Myeong-yong.
Operating its own research and development institute, the firm is focusing on introducing products with excellent safety, ergonomic design and elegant colors. Currently running factories in both Korea and China, it aims to become one of the global leaders in the wireless electric home appliance field.

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Number of S. Korean leading export products falls in global market

A whopping 10 South Korean leading export products lose its ground to Chinese comparable products in a year, reported a local news agency.

The number of Korea’s export items each of which took the largest share in the global export market declined from 71 in 2010 to 61 in 2011. 16 products emerged as leading export items, while 26 products lost No. 1 title in their respective export markets. The total value of the nation’s leading export products also shrank 17.7 percent from $125.6 billion in 2010 to $103.4 billion in 2011, posting a negative growth in four years since 2007.

Out of the total 26 leading export items that failed to grab the world’s No.1 spot, half of them lost out to Chinese products. Those items include IT products like liquid crystal devices, flat-rolled products of iron or non-alloy steel and filament yarn and other petrochemical and steel products.

The number of leading export items that China has outperformed Korea is growing from two in 2009, seven in 2010 and 12 in 2011. China is also closely following Korea’s lead by grabbing second spot in 13 items among 61 ones that Korean ones enjoyed the highest market share. 45 Korean products topped the list in the ranking of leading export items for two consecutive years from 2010 and 16 items newly emerged as leading export items

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