Suffolk-based company C & K Meats is primed for global growth, having secured overseas orders worth around £100,000 thanks to support from UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) in expanding its business to international markets, primarily Asia.
With UKTI support, Chelmsford company TDI Tuning Ltd has increased its Japanese business by 25 per cent as demand grows for its tuning boxes, an easy-to-install device that can be incorporated into diesel engines to boost power, torque and fuel efficiency.
Cambridge UK communications technology has proved a golden performer at the 17th Asian Games in South Korea this week.The South Korean Police has secured the Games with Sepura TETRA digital radios.
Wireless chip technology company Nujira is taking its Cambridge UK expertise in Envelope Tracking to China.
China continues to be an important market for Cambridge wireless pioneer CSR as the number of consumer electronics companies there rapidly increases, serving both their fast growing domestic market as well as taking a growing place on the world stage.
Wangfujing Street is one of the most famous and busiest shopping streets in downtown Beijing. This largely pedestrianised area attracts an estimated 600,000 visitors on a daily basis, which can rise to 1.2 million during holidays. And most of them are using their smartphones.
Trade between the East of England and China is running at all-time record levels, new figures from UKTI confirm.
Sembmarine SLP Limited in Lowestoft has signed an MOU with the China Shipbuilding Corporation, Zhengzhou Institute of Mechanical and Electrical Engineering.
Experienced exporter Stemgent-Asterand has used UKTI support to optimise its strategy for new Asia-Pacific markets.
A Cambridge UK technology and financial delegation heads off to Singapore for the second Cambridge Connection event next week (June 16-18) with major players highlighting that the barriers to international growth opportunities have never been lower.
Cambridge technology powerhouse ARM is investing in a new CPU design centre in Taiwan – placing it at the core of Asia’s processing heartland.
The Port of Felixstowe has welcomed a major new shuttle service for the first time. Evergreen’s CES (China Europe Shuttle) service – the 8,452 TEU Ever Laden – launched the service from Felixstowe.
Cambridge company Ziath, established in 2005 by co-founders Neil Benn and Tim Dilks, develops innovative products designed to simplify processes in life science organisations, including tube handling devices, sample management software and barcode scanning equipment.
Advanced wireless technology from Cambridge UK business Zinwave is gaining traction in Asia Pacific and prompted new key hires as the company gets more boots on the ground.
Clean technology companies from across the Cambridge region and the UK have just returned from a major and successful trade mission to China and Hong Kong.
East of England firms are being offered the inside track to help them expand into overseas markets as UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) – the Government body responsible for promoting international trade - hosts Export Week.
- Jinglu Shipbuilding chooses AVEVA technology
- Zinwave scaling up in SE Asia
- Cyan hosts meeting with Chinese Minister
- Taylor Vinters launches second trade mission to Singapore
- UKTI case study – The Luxury Network
- Cambridge nanotech bought by Chinese
- TeraView’s Korean success opens up Asia
- UKTI case study – Jewers Doors
- Japan joy as Ubisense swamps Asia
- EU-Japan SME centre launches webinars to promote fresh trade
- UKTI country profile – Singapore
- UKTI country profile – Indonesia
- UKTI case study – Churchill’s Confectionery
- UKTI Country profile: Japan
- Broadband equipment innovator gains competitive edge with XJTAG
- Cambridge technology patrols Korean border
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