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Crimson exhibits at the Japan Analytical & Scientific Instruments Show (JASIS) 2014, September 3–5 in Chiba, Japan
Crimson Interactive was an exhibitor at the Japan Analytical & Scientific Instruments Show (JASIS) 2014, a leading international trade show in Asia for analytical and scientific instruments. The event hosted at Makuhari Messe International Exhibition Hall from September 3 to 5 had a remarkable turnout of 22,000 attendees from the research as well as business communities.
The Analytical Instruments Exhibition (JAIMA EXPO organized by JAIMA) and the Scientific Instruments Show (SIS organized by JSIA) merged in 2012 under one event JASIS. It is growing tremendously as one of Asia’s largest international exhibitions. With the slogan “Discover the Future,” the event is organized to showcase Japan’s latest technology and products and promote innovation and business opportunities. In addition to the exhibition, JASIS holds some 380 seminars and conferences. Many presentations provide simultaneous interpretation greatly benefitting the attendees.
This year too exhibitors introduced new products and technology through New Technology Seminars. The JASIS Conference hosted seminars and symposiums along with various academic societies and groups to discuss analytical technology and market trends. The Japanese Pharmacopoeia Seminar deliberated on physicochemical examinations and the Science Seminar conducted sessions on analysis and measurement for beginners.
As a company, we felt that attending this event had great value in further building our understanding of the localization needs in the Japanese instrumentation sector. Manufacturers and laboratories need localization of manuals and articles about analytical and scientific instruments. High-quality translation of product information will benefit global customers in accurately operating instruments and aid global research. The event gave us a platform to interact with several companies from engineering, electrical equipment, life sciences instrumentation, and electronics, such as Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Horiba, Nikkiso Co., Hitachi Aloka Medical, Hitachi High-Technologies Corporation, and Meidensha Corporation.
We wish to support cutting-edge research and development of analytical and scientific instruments by providing our high-quality translation and editing services. If you would like to know more about how Crimson Interactive can help in your editing and translation needs, please contact us at email@example.com.
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