H.C. Starck is pleased to exhibit at Metal Japan 2016 in Tokyo, Japan, April 6-8, Booth W4-49 at the Tokyo Big Sight exhibition center. On display will be products featuring H.C. Starck‘s fabrication capabilities utilizing its pure and alloyed technology metals – molybdenum, tantalum, niobium and tungsten.
A focus on the development of innovative materials and alloys has provided customers with material choices that improve product performance and cost.
Another key advantage to H.C. Starck’s success is the fifth consecutive certification for processing of “conflict-free” tantalum raw materials. Equally important are our joint ventures in China and Vietnam that enable reliable, competitive, and ethically sourced tungsten raw materials, essential to H.C. Starck’s global sustainability strategy. Having a secure and fully integrated supply chain with tight in-house production controls puts H.C. Starck a step ahead of the competition.
H.C. Starck has been aggressively building our presence in Japan, China, Taiwan, Southeast Asia and India with customized products that match market demands. Our local sales, customer service and technical support teams have provided customers with faster responses. In line with market growth, we are investing in our fabrication capabilities to facilitate and diversify our offering. By understanding the latest market trends and technologies, we are taking the lead in the global marketplace.
Dmitry Shashkov - Executive Board Member and Head of the Fabricated Products Division, H.C. Starck
Through leveraging H.C. Starck’s diverse capabilities and superior quality, we have captured the attention of industry leaders including touch sensor and mobile device producers, solar energy companies, furnace manufacturers, superconductor users, chemical processing plant operations and additive manufacturing innovators.