Prime Minister Cameron and South Korean Ambassador Open InkTec’s New UK Site

The Oxford Mail reported that UK Prime Minister David Cameron, together with Lim Sungnam, the South Korean ambassador to the UK, opened a new printing technology facility at InkTec Corporation’s Range Road site in Witney, Oxfordshire, England.

Regarding the new site, Mr. Cameron, commented, “Britain and South Korea may be on different sides of the world but we have many shared values and I am proud of our long-standing relationship. That is why it is wonderful to see this Korean investment in Britain and I was delighted to open InkTec’s new demo site in Witney. I look forward to seeing this company go from strength to strength in the coming months and years.”

“As we move out of recession, we recognize that our customers want printers that are of a high standard and build, yet are low cost to run,” said Dongsoo Kim, Managing Director of InkTec Europe. “The demo site will be a place to share, with re-sellers and customers, the value of our products.”

As revealed by Oxford Mail, InkTec, a leading manufacturer of inkjet ink and other products, expanded into the UK market in 2006.

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