Innotech Solar Expands Activities in Asia: Warehouse Hub Established in Hongkong

Innotech Solar is one of the few European solar cell and module manufacturers who not only boast high sales in Europe and the USA, but also in Asia, and particularly China. With a background of growing sales figures, the company has now opened a logistics center in Hong Kong, in addition to its existing sales and purchasing office in Shanghai. In his capacity as Chief Sales Office (CSO), Robert Händel is relocating from the Munich site to Shanghai in May 2011 to support the further expansion into the Asian market.

Innotech Solar’s current success in Asia is based on its unique business model. The company has set itself the goal of optimizing all types of solar cells from industrial production. In China, Innotech Solar is not only purchasing large quantities of non-prime solar cells to be optimized at its European production sites in Narvik, Halle and Glava, but is also processing and selling customized cells, which are not suitable for grid-connected solar modules because of their properties.

Source: Innotech Solar GmbH
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