"We have developed significant business opportunities in Asia and our new facilities and capabilities here will deliver on these opportunities in a direct and efficient way," added ATMI's Vice President/General Manager for Asia, Cheoroo Won. "South Korea is a logical location for investing in building capacity, as the local technical expertise and infrastructure is very strong. In addition, it allows us to more closely collaborate with our customers locally, providing access to more services and improved response times."
The invitation-only groundbreaking event was attended by ATMI customers and employees, officials from the Gyeonggi province and Hwaseong city governments and ATMI executives. Won delivered the welcome speech, Neugold shared ATMI's approach to customer collaboration in the region and an official from the Gyeonggi government also addressed the attendees. After the talks, the leaders broke the ground with a shovel to signify the launch of the new construction project.
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