After taking part last July in the mission in Singapore and in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, EMEC has been selected again by the European Union for joining EU Gateway business missions, an initiative funded by the EU for helping picked European companies to establish long-lasting business collaborations in Asian markets, more specifically in Japan, China, Korea and South East Asia (Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam).
EMEC has obtained the CRIBIS Prime Company from Cribis D&B, a recognition attesting a very high level of reliability as a counterpart to B2B commercial transactions.
CRIBIS D & B (Gruppo Crif SpA) is a highly specialized company with a high level of expertise in business information, born from the strategic alliance between CRIF, a European leader in credit information and decision support systems, and Dun & Bradstreet, world leader in the sector of business information with 177 years of experience.
The series of products employed in the new POOLBRAVO, and for which EMEC has requested the NSF certification for pools and spas, are in particular the dosing pumps of K series and the multi-channel control instruments of the LDPHxx series.
EMEC took part in the latest mission organized in Asia within EU Gateway | Business Avenues, an initiative funded by the European Union for helping selected European companies to establish long-lasting business collaborations in Asian markets, in particular in Japan, China, Korea and South East Asia (Singapore, Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam).
The opportunity to participate in EU Gateway business missions, meeting the eligibility criteria, is an important commercial result for EMEC as well as an important starting point for a further expansion of its business. “EU Gateway | Business Avenues” program is indeed the leading business platform for establishing successful partnerships between European and Asian firms, and its business missions act as fundamental entry tickets for European companies to markets with many opportunities that can be difficult to penetrate due to business culture or regulatory constraints.
EU Gateway selected 44 companies, including EMEC, from 14 different EU countries for participating in the mission planned between July 8th and 13th in Singapore and in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and focused on Environment and Water Technologies sector.