"Since my participation in 2009 in the HRTP programme, I was convinced that Herrmann Ultraschall should open a branch in Japan with sales and services, in order to be more successful in that attractive market.
I am happy to say that in April 2015 we succeeded to register Herrmann Japan, with a team of six people.
The services of the EU-Japan Centre have helped us a great deal so far to get additional impulses. This is how I learned last year about the KEYS to JAPAN scheme.
6 months later, I was able to meet a team of highly motivated people brought together by JMEC in Tokyo, with the aim of enlarging our market knowledge.
It has been very useful to get an outsiders view on our business and this will definitely help us to understand better the customers’ needs. Thank you KEYS to JAPAN for offering us such support!"

Sales Director PLASTICS Asia & Americas, Herrmann Ultraschalltechnik GmbH & Co. KG
Keys to Japan. HRTP in 2009.

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