Mitsui starts new technical support centres in China Singapore

Mitsui starts new technical support centres in China and Singapore

3:17 AM, 20th December 2011
Mitsui starts new technical support centres in China and Singapore


TOKYO, JAPAN: Mitsui Chemicals has established two technical support centres in key Asian markets - Shanghai, China and Singapore. The new strategically situated technical centres will have analysis equipment and moulders thereby enabling them to quickly respond to Asian customer needs and accelerate autonomy from the head office in product development for customer solutions.

Initially, the centres will serve as technical support bases for functional polymeric materials. Mitsui, however targets future expansion of these functions to support other products offered by the group. The new technical bases will strengthen the group’s relation with its customers in these markets by fulfilling its role as a solution provider by early response to customer needs and expectations regarding elastomers and performance compounds leading to further expansion of the group’s functional polymeric material business.

The company has been successful in expanding market share and increasing sales of its functional polymeric materials and looks to further intensify its sales and marketing capabilities in Asia.

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