Success stories


For years we have worked to support airports in the transition from halogen to LED lighting, increasing the sustainability and safety of the entire airfield ground movement system. Check out the success stories of the international airports that have chosen our lighting systems to improve their energy efficiency.

Mukah, Malesia

OCEM is supplying the first fully LED airport in Malaysia

A source of pride for the entire world, the Malaysian AGL is the country's first fully monitored LED airport, strategically located in Mukah.

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Malpensa, Linate

OCEM Airfield Technology brings LED lights on the slopes of Malpensa and Linate

Of the main national AVL renewal projects planned for 2019, the one at Linate is certainly one of the biggest.

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Cairo, Egitto

Cairo International Airport selects OCEM Airfield Technology for its move to LED Airfield Ground Lighting

Africa’s second busiest airport Cairo Airport International confided OCEM Airfield Technology with a turnkey project to make the move to LED for its central runway and the taxiways that connect to the runway.

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Atlanta, Georgia, USA

The Atlanta airport opens the way to new airport market trend: all-inset lights

Atlanta's Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport has been working with Multi Electric - OCEM Airfield since 2016, when the Chicago-based company supplied both inset and elevated LED runway lights.

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Cam Ranh, Vietnam

OCEM lights up Cam Ranh airport with a tailored product line

In just one year, in 2018, OCEM Airfield Technology successfully launched and completed a project to build a new runway at Cam Ranh Airport in Vietnam.

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Taormina, Italia

OCEM lights announce the arrival of the G7 in Taormina

2017 was the year that Italy held the rotating presidency of the G7, an occasion of great honour.

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Tallinn, Estonia

Tallinn chooses OCEM and becomes Europe's first fully LED airport

In 2016, Tallinn Airport undertook works to modernise and comply with CATII safety requirements, which ensure that the airport has visual lighting aids that allow a visibility of 350 m (as per ICAO and FAA standards).

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