Cambridge UK nano technology business ionscope has unveiled a major contract win in China and says further orders are in the pipeline.
Cambridge UK technology pioneer TeraView has won a significant deal in South Korea.
Jewers Doors, a family-owned business based in Biggleswade, has completed a prestigious contract to supply new doors for an Asiana Airlines airport hangar at Incheon International Airport in South Korea.
Locations technology business Ubisense has carved out a potential multimillion dollar opportunity in Asia through a strategic alliance with one of the world’s leading automotive logistics companies in the territory – and has also opened up a line of lucrative business in Japan.
The EU-Japan SME centre in Tokyo has launched a new series of English language webinars to help European businesses access high – value opportunities in one of the world’s largest economies.
Judi Leon from the British High Commission in Singapore talks about the opportunities she will be speaking to East of England companies about at Explore Export in Newmarket where she will deliver one of the seminars.
Tiiu Morris from the British Embassy in Jakarta talks about the opportunities for East of England companies.
There is sweet success in store for a Hertfordshire company, Churchill’s Confectionery, whose export sales manager is working closely with UKTI East to revitalise and extend the confectioner’s presence in international markets.
Naomi Takegoshi, senior trade adviser, writes from the British Embassy in Tokyo about the opportunities available for East of England companies
Markets for advanced communications, such as wireless broadband and IPTV, demand rapid delivery of high-quality solutions. Equipment developer Rancore Technologies Private Limited of Navi Mumbai is using XJTAG to help meet these goals, benefiting from rigorous screening of boards, rapid test and repair, and increased manufacturing efficiency using the production-optimised XJRunner system.
Blighter Surveillance Systems, a Cambridge UK radar and sensing technology business, has won a contract to supply the South Korean Armed Forces with its Blighter® B400 electronic-scanning radars.
Cambridge UK electronics technology business XJTAG has recruited a major distributor in India.
Exports from the East of England to the BRIC countries have grown 2.5 per cent over the last year.
Wilks Rubber Plastics, one of the world’s leading companies in the manufacture and supply of fendering and PVC decking systems for the marine industry, has clinched lucrative deals in China.
XJTAG, a world-leading supplier of JTAG boundary scan products, is going on tour around Asia, visiting locations in China and Taiwan this month to meet engineers, host training seminars and run workshops.
Scientific Digital Imaging’s Synoptics Health Division, a manufacturer of innovative digital imaging systems for healthcare applications, has stepped up its penetration of Asia.
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- Contact lens firm eyes Taiwan boom
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- Cambridge-Singapore tech alliance gathers pace
- Cambridge links with Singapore technology cluster
- Cyan increases operations in India
- Personalised medicines push in Asia
- UKTI case study – Consulting Tools Ltd
- UKTI case study – Huxley Bertram Engineering
- TAN Shin Yuan to support UK firms
- Cambridge infection control adopted in China
- Bake-off buzz in Korea
- Don’t go rushing in to do business in India expert warns
- Brady’s pedal to the metal in Hong Kong
- Malaysian airports fly with TETRA
- £2.5m Hong Kong contract for Boosted Education
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