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Colibrys Names Midoriya Electric Its Distributor in Japan
Jul 2007
Colibrys Ltd. of Neuchâtel, Switzerland, announced today it has named Midoriya Electric Co. Ltd. of Japan as distributor for its MEMS (microelectromechanical systems) products in that country. Colibrys said Japan is a key strategic market for the company, particularly its MEMS sensors for defense, aerospace, geophysics and communications applications. Midoriya Electric is a specialized trading company dealing with electric and electronics products, including components and parts such as semiconductors and test and measuring instruments and systems.

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