• Name: Solar Lighting Lamps With Lower Price Will Be Offered To Meet The Typhoon Melor

MANILA — The Philippines conducted one of the largest mass evacuations in its recent history in preparation for Typhoon Melor, which roared through the storm-scarred central islands of the country on Tuesday, leaving floods, debris and widespread blackouts in its wake.



The death toll from Typhoon Melor, which lashed the Southeast Asian nation's central region earlier this week with winds of up to 185 kilometers (115 miles) per hour and torrential rains, has risen to 34, Philippine authorities said Saturday. The typhoon damaged more than 166,000 homes, 43,000 of which were completely destroyed, and left hundreds of thousands of people without electricity. A total of eight cities and 45 towns in the hardest hit areas still lack electrical power.



    A spokesman for President Benigno S. Aquino III said Tuesday that more than 724,839 people had been evacuated. The typhoon entered the eastern edge of the island nation on Monday, bringing winds up to 115 miles per hour. The Philippines is struck by about 20 typhoons a year, generally between June and August. But in the past few years, severe storms have occurred in November and December, which are traditionally the cool, dry season. Some government officials cite the effects of climate change on the relatively new, unpredictable timing of strong storms to hit the country.



   When Heineer Industries Co.,Limited got this news from the report, we promised, to offer our solar lighting lamps with a much lower price to those people who have been effected by this Typhoon.



  The Manager of Solar lighting lamps company –Leon said, Now we will cooperate and offer our solar lighting lamps at a fast speed, to light up their life again. The solar lighting lamps not only be as a lamps, but also for a power bank, with lighting and charging function are in one.



  Portable solar lighting lamps will be a necessity for those people in their daily life.




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