Zestron Expands Capabilities in Japan


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ZESTRON has acquired a new facility located in Kanagawa, Japan, expanding its capabilities in the Japanese market.

In 2013, ZESTRON opened the first state-of-art Technical Center in Japan with 168m² floor space. With approximately 1,000m² area, the newly purchased facility houses offices, technical and analytical labs, and warehousing. The continued success of the Japan operation has enabled the team to grow and expand.

"This investment is a testament to the commitment and dedication of ZESTRON to provide the best in high precision cleaning products, services and training solutions to the industry," says Daido Sawairi, general manager, ZESTRON Japan. "We invite our customers and industry manufacturers to visit our site and understand how our revolutionary, water-based product technologies can solve the industries’ toughest cleaning challenges."

"ZESTRON is committed to providing unparalleled one of a kind cleaning product technology combined with state of the art technical cleaning process expertise and support to our customers in order to meet their ever increasing cleaning challenges. This is evident through our continual investment in R&D as well as our eight globally linked Technical Centers located in Kanagawa, Japan; Shenzhen and Shanghai, China; Penang, Malaysia; Hsinchu, Taiwan; Anyang, Korea; Ingolstadt, Germany; and Manassas, Virginia," says Dr. Harald Wack, President, Dr. O. K. Wack Chemie GmbH and ZESTRON worldwide.

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