Raymor enters Into the Asian market following key nanotechnology events in Japan

May 2007
Chemical Business;May2007, Vol. 21 Issue 5, p76
Trade Publication
The article reports that Raymor Industries Inc. has opened new markets in Asia for its single-walled carbon nanotubes (C-SWNT) and its spherical titanium powders. It is stated that Raymor Industries had participated in a nanotechnology event in Japan titled "Nano tech 2007," and has started negotiations with several distributors Japan, Taiwan and China for its C-SWNT and powders. It is also reported that representatives from Raymor, including its President and CEO Stephane Robert, went to Japan to establish business relationships with other companies.


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