Corial Opens Asia Office
Taipei office will provide field service support and business advice to distributors in China, Singapore, and Korea
Corial, a French maker of plasma processing equipment for specialty semiconductor markets, has announced the opening of a customer support office in Taipei City, Taiwan to support its customers across Asia.
Corial already has a strong installed base across Asia, and this opening is a direct consequence of Corial's commitment to the highest customer services. "Over 65 percent of our revenues are generated in the Asia-Pacific zone", commented André LECHAT, Corial CEO.
"For the next three years, we are even targeting an increase of customer activity and business for Corial, across the entire region."
The Taipei office will provide field service support and business advice to our distributors in China, Singapore, and Korea.
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