Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology Announces Korean Partner
Woowon Technology will represent Oxford Instruments' complete range of etch, deposition and growth solutions
Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology has signed an agent agreement with Woowon Technology in Korea to represent Oxford Instruments' complete range of etch, deposition and growth solutions.
"Demand for Oxford Instruments' process solutions has increased significantly across Asia, therefore joining with local business partners to acquire applications and support expertise complementary to our own can be invaluable both to our customersa and Oxford Instruments", commented Paul Davies, Global sales Director at Oxford Instruments Plasma Technology.
He added: "Oxford Instruments looks forward to a long and beneficial relationship with Woowon Technology, offering our customers efficient and effective local Sales and Service support in Korea."
"Woowon Technology is proud to be associated with Oxford Instruments, by adding Plasma Technology to the portfolio of world leading companies we represent. We are delighted to be offering their flexible, configurable process tools and leading-edge processes for the engineering of micro- and nano-structures", Commented Hwan Oh, founder and oresident, of Woowon Technology.
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