With more than 600 million inhabitants and constantly high growth rates, Southeast Asia has become an interesting location for international business over the past few years. And now, the materials specialist Plansee has opened its own office in the heart of Singapore.
Materials specialist Isao Nishida provides Southeast Asian customers with advice on everything to do with molybdenum, tungsten, tantalum and niobium
With immediate effect, Isao Nishida is the person to contact in Southeast Asia for all Plansee products. He has worked for the Plansee Group for 13 years and is an experienced specialist for molybdenum, tungsten, tantalum and niobium and all their applications.
Their high-temperature strength, corrosion resistance, high density and low coefficient of thermal expansion mean that these metals have become an indispensable part of many industries. And that is equally true in Southeast Asia:
"Our metals are used in a wide variety of applications," explains Isao Nishida. "Our materials are used to provide hard material coatings for tools. Our wire is used to manufacture tantalum capacitors for electronic components. And many companies need our components for their MOCVD systems, ion implanters or high-temperature furnaces."
Large numbers of international industrial companies already have a presence in Southeast Asia.The Plansee Group is headquartered in Austria and has other production plants and sales offices in more than 20 different countries. Plansee's new office underscores the importance of the Southeast Asia region.
"Geographical proximity remains an important aspect of our service offering, even in the digital age. Having our own office in Singapore simply allows us to provide a better service to our customers in Southeast Asia," explains Andreas Feichtinger, Head of Marketing and Sales Organization at Plansee.
Plansee SE Singapore Representative Office
25 International Business Park
#2-12 German Centre
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