ier this year Teknek announced ambitious plans for expansion in Asia-Pacific with the opening of a number of new offices and a forecast of doubling the headcount in the region.
Ruaridh Nicolson, Teknek’s sales and marketing manager said: “Asian growth has been driven by the substantial demand for our market-leading contact cleaning and yield improvement technology. Manufacturers in electronics, Flat Panel Displays and solar cells are all looking for ways of trimming costs, improving quality and eliminating defects. Our equipment helps them deliver on these objectives.”
He added: “The opening of the Kobe office is very exciting for us as it brings us closer to our customers in the West of Japan. I am also delighted to welcome Tomoya Hiraka as the newest member of the Asian team.”
Teknek pioneered the development of contact cleaning technology 25 years ago and has remained at the forefront of innovation in this field ever since. Its “clean machines” are used by leading manufacturers world-wide. The machines help manufacturers maximise production yields, cut down time and reduce waste by eliminating contamination from critical processes. Sectors served range from electronics, printing and converting to Flat Panel Displays, solar cell and medical.