Nordson ASYMTEK Strengthens Customer Support with Updated Korean Language Website

Fluid dispensing, jetting, and conformal coating information on

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Nordson ASYMTEK, a leader in dispensing, coating, and jetting technologies, announces that the updated Korean language Nordson ASYMTEK website is available at or by clicking on the language arrow on the Nordson ASYMTEK global website. The new website enables Nordson ASYMTEK to better communicate information about technology developments to its Korean stakeholders. The website has complete information about products, software, and application solutions for Nordson ASYMTEK's fluid dispensing, jetting, and coating systems. Nordson ASYMTEK products are used for manufacturing applications in the semiconductor packaging, MEMS, disk drive, printed circuit board, LED, flat panel display, medical and biotechnical device, and solar/photovoltaic industries.

"Nordson ASYMTEK has had a strong local presence in Korea for many years supporting both local and multinational accounts. Our lab in Sungnam offers sales, service, and process development," said H.S. Kim, senior regional sales manager, Nordson ASYMTEK Korea. "The changes to the website improve navigation, offer market-specific information, and help our customers to easily identify the right dispensing system to meet their requirements."

Besides Korean and English, the Nordson ASYMTEK website is available in Chinese and Japanese.
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