TLC International Asia Opens New Office In Hong Kong

Date: 12 October 2005
TLC International, with world headquarters in Phoenix, Arizona USA announces business expansion with a new entity, TLC International Asia, Ltd., for local sales/support in China, Hong Kong and Singapore.

The new Hong Kong office will open the week of October 10, with another location set to open in Shenzhen, China, by year end.

K.K. (Neal) Ang, Managing Director of TLC International Asia, Ltd., is a well-seasoned high-technology professional with 15 years in LCD and printed circuit manufacturing engineering and project management, for well known international companies including Printed Circuits International Pte. Ltd., Digital Equipment Corporation, Inc., and International Display Works. The past 13 years of his career have been dedicated to international and regional sales/marketing in the Far East. Other experience includes factory start-up to full operation, smart card manufacturing, injection molding, fully automated in-line testing, YAG laser systems, robotic pick and place transfer and PCB manufacturing. Degreed in Business Administration, Mr. Ang is well prepared for directing day to day operations of TLC International Asia with strong management skills to train, direct, and motivate his sales and technical support personnel. Fluent in English and Malay, Mr. Ang’s language skills also include Mandarin, Cantonese, Hokkien and Teochew.

TLC International’s global presence continues steady growth, with strong acceptance of the Gen-3 TLC Phoenix-600 and the new TLC Summit Gen-5 high-accuracy glass cutting equipment used in LCD, photonics, mirror and other specialty flat glass applications.

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