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Precision positioning systems specialist PI (Physik Instrumente) expands further into Asian markets with the opening of a direct office in Singapore, in June of this year.
PI has been active in the region through a distributor in the past and opening a direct office in Singapore demonstrates PI's commitment to this quickly emerging market. PI (Physik Instrumente) Singapore LLP will provide more dedicated service to our customers and allows further development of new business in Singapore and in the greater South East Asia region.
About PI (Physik Instrumente)
PI is a leading manufacturer of precision motion control equipment, piezo systems, piezo motors and actuators for photonics, bio-nanotechnology, medical engineering & semiconductor applications. PI has been developing and manufacturing standard & custom precision products with piezoceramic and electromagnetic drives for 4 decades. The company has been ISO 9001 certified since 1994 and provides innovative, high-quality solutions for OEM and research. PI is present worldwide with 11 subsidiaries, R&D / engineering on 3 continents and total staff of 600+
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PI (Physik Instrumente) Singapore LLP
20 Sin Ming Lane
#05-60 Midview City
Tel: (+65) 665 98400
Fax: (+65) 665 98404
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