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Prime Minister opens printing firm’s new suite
6:00am Tuesday 25th February 2014 in News
PRIME Minister David Cameron met the South Korean ambassador in Witney to open a new printing technology facility.
On Friday, Mr Cameron officially opened a new suite at InkTec Corporation’s Range Road site with Lim Sungnam, the South Korean ambassador to the UK.
Mr Cameron said: “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 suite in Witney. “I look forward to seeing this company go from strength to strength in the coming months and years.”
InkTec is a leading manufacturer of inkjet ink and other products.
The company has been in the UK since 2006.
Dongsoo Kim, managing director of InkTec Europe, said: “As we move out of recession, we recognise that our customers want printers that are of a high standard and build, yet are low cost to run.
“The demo suite will be a place to share with re-sellers and customers the value of our products.”
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