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Henkel opens new technical center in Korea

January 30, 2014

Henkel Korea, a subsidiary of the Henkel Group, has inaugurated the Henkel Korea Technical Center. The state-of-the-art 8 billion KRW (USD $7.5 million) center will develop the latest technologies to provide engineering solutions for customers based in Korea.

“The need for engineering adhesive solutions is increasing," says Michael Olosky, president of Henkel Asia Pacific. “I am confident that establishing this technical center will allow more customers to benefit from Henkel’s expertise in adhesive solutions across a wide range of industries and applications."

Henkel has actively expanded its investments in the Asia-Pacific region, including new facilities in Korea, China and India. Last year, Henkel opened the world’s largest adhesive factory in Shanghai, China, and founded an innovation center in Pune, India.

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