Thanks for visiting Vernay in Nagoya!
November 21, 2017
November 21, 2017
Vernay is proud to have participated in the Nagoya Messe 2017 Exhibition which ran from November 9-11 and was co-sponsored by the City of Nagoya, Prefecture and Chamber of Commerce. We want to thank everyone who visited our booth! The event featured over 1,400 exhibitors and attracted over 65,000 visitors!
While participating in the Exhibition, the Vernay booth was visited by the 3 deputy mayors of the City of Nagoya, Japan. In the photo below, Vernay representative Goto Tatsunori (far left) demonstrates flow control solutions to Mayors: Mr. Teruo Shinkai, Ms. Emiko Ito and Mr. Kazuo Horiba. The demonstration mechanism they are viewing is the only one of its type and was invented by a team of Vernay scientists in our Research & Development Center.
Special thanks to the people of Nagoya & I-BAC (Aichi-Nagoya International Business Access Center) who made all of us from Vernay feel so welcome. We are also most grateful to everyone who visited our booth to learn about our flow control expertise!
Vernay Laboratories has been a technology leader in the design, development, and manufacture of customized flow-control components since its founding in 1946. The company also formulates its own compounds to address each specific application.
Vernay’s products play a vital role in millions of medical devices, automobiles, and consumer products. Today, the privately held firm produces more than 1 billion components per year, drawing from a library of more than 33,000 elastomeric materials and compound formulations. It operates five plants around the world, in the U.S., the Netherlands, Italy and China. For more information, visit www.vernay.com.