• Elementar Expands its Worldwide Organisation to Japan
    The team of Elementar Japan KK (from left to right): General Manager Yuji Hirohata, Senior Sales Engineer Gyosuke Takei, Sales Manager Yuji Yamamoto and Nana Aoki, Marketing Communications.
  • The modern designed office in Yokohama includes a showroom for product presentations.

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Elementar Expands its Worldwide Organisation to Japan

Feb 15 2016

German based Elementar Analysensysteme GmbH, a leading manufacturer of elemental analysers, announced that the company has opened its regional office in Japan to support the constant growing demands.

Yuji Hirohata, General Manager at Elementar Japan K.K. said: “The aim is to establish a strong local presence in all our target markets in order to provide optimum support for our customers. We are delighted to open our Japanese office with a highly motivated and experienced staff.“

The modern designed office with 200 square meters, located in Yokohama, Japan’s most modern city, contains service and demonstration facilities to create an inspiring atmosphere to customers as well as staff members. It also carries a large inventory of consumables and service parts for fast delivery to the customers across Japan.

“Although we have already been doing a meaningful amount of work in Japan, this latest initiative will enable us to better serve our customers in this key country and help to further expand our business” explained Dr Hans-Peter Sieper, President at Elementar Analysensysteme GmbH.

Elementar Analysensysteme GmbH offers the most dynamic range of elemental analysers for the determination of the non-metal elements carbon, hydrogen, nitrogen, sulphur, oxygen, and chlorine. Incorporating over 110 years of innovation and development into a technology-leading comprehensive product portfolio, Elementar targets the needs of many market sectors including environmental, agriculture, fuels, chemical research, metal processing, and stable isotope analysis in more than 80 countries.


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