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Exhibitor Profiles

Corporate Details
Exhibitor: Hokuei Co., Ltd.
Contact Name: Kunihiro Togashi
Booth Number: 817
Address: Kitaokadama 2-jo 3-chome 2-30, Higashi-ku,
Sapporo, Hokkaido 007-0882
Japan
Website: http://www.hokuei.co.jp/photocatalyst/en/

Corporate Summary:

All of our products are designed, developed and produced in house. In doing so, we can meet our customer's needs thoroughly and precisely, and we can also advance our production processes. This comprehensive production is our strength and advantage. Our photocatalytic air purification devices, HCE-27(Space-saving) and WH-54(Wall-hanging), contribute to environmental conservation by changing toxic substances into harmless substances.

Key Geographic Markets
Experience in:      Denmark, Japan
Interest in: Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Japan, China, Russia, United States, Korea
Product Service Offerings
Hazardous Waste, Pollution Prevention Technologies
Business Development Objectives
Marketing Alliances, Technology Transfer
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