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Busan-based companies garnered great attention at CES
Date
2024.01.19
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According to Yonhap News,



Busan-based companies that participated in the 2024 Consumer Electronics Show (CES) held in Las Vegas on January 9-12 achieved 290 cases of export consultation.

According to the Busan Metropolitan Government and the Busan Economic Promotion Agency (BEPA) on January 16, 13 companies that showcased their products at the CES Busan Hall conducted 290 export consultations.

Twohands Interactive, a Busan-based company, concluded a contract worth USD 12,000 with a Mexican buyer on-site and engaged in discussion on additional exports.

O2 Lab sold out smart functional promotional products on site and in discussion for export with U.S. buyers.

CA Lab, a producer ultra-small water purifiers, discussed collaboration worth USD 350,000 with global companies such as 3M and Amway. Meanwhile, JK Tech, a company developing liquid crystal screens, is under discussion on exports of more than KRW 30 billion per year with buyers from the US, Europe, and Australia.

GH Innotek had consultations with companies from US, India and Italy on distributors of respiratory function self-diagnosis device, while Total Softbank garnered attention from overseas buyers for its autonomous cooperative driving yard tractor system.

Light Star held a USD 410,000 worth consultation on electric vehicle-related products, while Signlab had consultations with buyers from US and Europe, worth USD 160,000 to discuss contracts for autonomous driving multi-purpose robot products.

Jeico had export consultations with its industrial wireless remote controllers, Scentpro with its smart cosmetics systems, and KOAI with its unmanned marine pollutant retrieving robots.

Busan-si and BEPA planned to hold a 'Seminar on sharing the achievements of CES' and invite relevant experts to introduce the latest technology trends in February.


ccho@yna.co.kr
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Source: Yonhap News (January 16, 2024)


** This article was translated from Korean.