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COLIBRYS has appointed MIDORIYA Electric Co., Ltd. as Japanese Distributor
COLIBRYS LTD., announced today appointing MIDORIYA Electric Co., Ltd. as Japanese distributor for their complete range of MEMS products
“Japan is a strategically important market for us since it has a strong customer base for sensors in the Harsh Environment (Defence, Aerospace and Geophysics) and Communications sectors. It is essential to have strong regional representation and distribution networks with well trained application people available to support our individual customer needs. Midoriya Electric Co., Ltd. has demonstrated its full competence in meeting all our requirements and we look forward to a very successful working relationship over the coming years” says Sean Neylon, CEO of COLIBRYS Ltd.
“We see COLIBRYS as one of the few high technology MEMS suppliers world wide with the experience, flexibility and quality that will make us successful in targeting High End market segments such as Seismic, Defence, Aerospace and Telecommunications, segments in which we believe Midoriya Electric Co., Ltd. plays a key role” commented Mr. Yasuo Maruyama, Director and General Manager of First International Division of Midoriya Electric Co., Ltd.
About MIDORIYA Electric Co., Ltd.
Midoriya Electric Co., Ltd. is a specialized trading company handles various electric and electronics products including components and parts such as semiconductors, active or non-active components along with test and measuring instruments and systems in both domestic and foreign markets. The company’s history since its establishment comes over sixty years and we are proud of saying that our contribution to the fantastic growth of the Japanese electronics industry was not small. Midoriya Electric CO., is also present in Hong Kong, Korea and China.
Additional information is available at www.midoriya.co.jp
About MEMS Technology
MEMS (Micro-Electrical-Mechanical Systems) are highly miniaturized devices that integrate a number of functions including fluidics, optics, mechanics and electronics on a single silicon chip using techniques similar to traditional integrated circuit process technology. MEMS merge sensing, actuating, and computing into miniature systems that enable enhanced levels of perception, control and performance.
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