1-on-1 Manufacturing Business Matching Event Between U.S. and S. Korean Companies

1-on-1 Korean Manufacturing Business Matching Event Hosted by LPR Global’s Government Partner KOSME

Executive 1-on-1 meetings for U.S. companies to connect with Korean market leaders in robotics, automation, remote monitoring and maintenance for machines, and metal forming industries.

Korean Manufacturing Business Matching Event at LPR Global’s 2019 Technology Forum

Korean Manufacturing Business Matching Event at LPR Global’s 2019 Technology Forum

 

Toronto, Canada, July 5, 2021 – LPR Global’s annual 1-on-1 Business Matching Event will resume to connect global leaders in factory and machine automation with top Korean manufacturers on August 19-21, 2021. This year, the events will be hosted online by LPR Global’s government partner, the Korea SMEs & Startups Agency (KOSME). This event is ideal for U.S. and Korean companies in manufacturing industries looking for global solutions and partnerships to advance their market competitiveness.

Before the event, LPR Global matches companies from Korea, the U.S., and Canada based on specific projects and business focus, and provides customized short lists of matches to each participant.  This year our participating Korean manufacturer list includes market leaders in robotic automation, remote monitoring and maintenance for machines, automated machine components, such as high precision motors for robotics and medical equipment, and metal forming and fabrication in power plant and steel roll mill sectors.

Event Details

Traditionally hosted in-person as part of LPR Global’s Technology Forum, this year’s 1-on-1 matching event will be incorporated in the online 2021 Global Business Matching Events.

  1. Participant companies from the U.S. and Canada submit a registration form to info@lprglobal.com.
  2. The registration and technical requirements are reviewed by LPR Global to match Korean manufacturers specific to each company’s needs.
  3. Once LPR’s short list of Korean manufacturers is confirmed by participating Western companies, virtual Zoom meetings will be scheduled.
  4. The 1-on-1 meetings will take place online with a live translator. Both U.S. and Korean companies will be free to discuss mutual interests and potential business partnerships.

Director of KOSME, Inyoung Sung, explains why Korea is one of the leading countries in robotics and manufacturing automation. According to Ms. Sung, who is spearheading this event, “Few countries have encouraged national factory automation as successfully as South Korea has in the past several years. Over 7,000 SMEs transitioned to factory automation in 2020 alone, and almost one-third of all SMEs in Korea are automated. With manufacturing industries accounting for 39% of South Korea’s GDP, there is a thriving network of SME manufacturers, suppliers, and large corporations, such as Samsung and Hyundai, who are poised to lead the global trend towards factory and machine automation.”

U.S. Korea Hotlink’s New Membership with Automate (A3)

U.S. Korea Hotlink has recently joined as a new member of Automate (A3), an association dedicated to advancing machine automation, vision systems, and motion control. Mikah Lee, managing director of LPR Global, comments that this matching event is particularly valuable to existing and prospective A3 members who are interested in adopting advanced Korean technologies for quality machines, semi automated manufacturing, and custom machine automation to increase their production performance and efficiency.

 

About LPR Global, Inc. LPR Global is a strategic consultancy headquartered in Toronto, ON with affiliated operations in the US and South Korea. Founded in 2001, LPR Global provides advisory and business development services to companies conducting business in South Korean and Western markets.

 

Visit https://lprglobal.com or http://www.uskoreahotlink.com 

Contact: Katya Khmilevskaya at +1 416-423-5590 or info@lprglobal.com

LPR Global’s Partner, Korea Association of Machinery Industry, to Host the 2021 D.Ton Trade Show

LPR Global’s Partner, Korea Association of Machinery Industry, to Host the 2021 D.Ton Trade Show

The 2021 D.Ton Virtual Trade Show creates a virtually augmented platform for attendees to explore and connect with industrial and machinery manufacturers from South Korea.

D.Ton Virtual Trade Show

Exhibitors in the Industrial Machine category at the 2021 D.Ton Virtual Trade Show

 

Toronto, Canada, March 11, 2021 On March 16, 2021, the Korea Association of Machinery Industry is hosting its 2021 D.Ton Virtual Trade Show with a focus on how the digital transformation of Big Data and an AI and Cloud based society will impact industrial and machinery manufacturing industries. Businesses from North America and Europe will attend this event to explore, and meet with industrial machinery, energy plant equipment, smart factory, automation and robotics, and metrology companies on-site.

Joo Ho-Jae, a consultant for Samsung SDS’ digital transformation strategies, will be the keynote speaker. While data from machines can be collected through mobile devices, sensors, and the Internet of Things (IoT), analyzing and applying data interpretation to machine maintenance still remain as big challenges. Joo will address how using Artificial Intelligence (AI) to process and analyze the data will prepare machinery companies for “un-tact” economies and a future based on “I’m ABC” (IoT, mobile, AI, Big Data, Cloud).

Mikah Lee, CEO of LPR Global, says, “Companies using Cloud service providers wouldn’t be able to analyze data from machines and prevent machine failure, unless they have access to the machine history data and logic tree that show cause-and-effect. D.Ton showcases how Korean machinery manufacturers have adopted digital technology to their machines. For manufacturing industries, digital technology will not only strengthen product differentiation, but processes optimization as well”.

The 2021 D.Ton Virtual Trade Show is a great event for industry leaders to meet with Korean companies who are at the forefront of AI- and cloud-based automotive, metal working, steel, energy, home appliance industrial machinery, and product manufacturing. To compensate for the fun experience of traditional trade show, D.Ton will have a K-POP culture party for visitors.

To access the 2021 D.Ton Virtual Trade Show, please visit: http://www.digitaltwin.kr/

Please contact LPR Global to inquire about the 2021 Virtual Trade Show and opportunities to meet with South Korean manufacturers.

 

About LPR Global, Inc. LPR Global is a strategic consultancy headquartered in Toronto, ON with affiliated operations in the US and South Korea. Founded in 2001, LPR Global provides advisory and business development services to companies, government organizations, and professional services firms doing business between South Korean and Western markets.

Visit https://lprglobal.com or http://www.uskoreahotlink.com 

Contact: Katya Khmilevskaya at +1 416-423-5590 info@lprglobal.com

LPR Global Awarded Certification as Premium Consulting Practice by the Korean Federal Government for 2021

LPR Global Awarded Certification as Premium Consulting Practice by the Korean Federal Government for 2021

Premium Consulting Practice Award 2021

Mr. Han, Jungwha, Minister of the Korean Small and Medium Business Administration congratulated LPR Global’s CEO, Mikah Lee during a previous Premium Consulting Award Ceremony in 2014. The 2021 ceremony will be an online event.

LPR Global Again Wins Premium Consulting Services Award, Accreditation for Best-in-Class Consulting Practice in North America by South Korean Government Agency

Toronto, Ontario, January 19, 2021 – LPR Global, Inc. announced today that it has won the prestigious Small and Medium Business Administration Premier Consulting Services Award for the eighth time. SMBA is a South Korean federal government ministry to promote the growth of small and medium manufacturers in Korea.

LPR Global stands out as the only North American firm in 2021 to receive the SMBA honor among 115 consulting companies certified by the SMBA. The selection was made based on LPR Global’s export successes for Korean manufacturers and outstanding growth of its www.USKoreaHotlink.com initiative, which is the largest consortium of Korean manufacturers in North America, created and operated by LPR Global. Mikah Lee, CEO of LPR Global, was thrilled to learn the news especially during this challenging year.

“We were awarded Premier seven times in the past,” says Lee. “It’s more meaningful this year because we have gone through many changes to address new challenges brought by the pandemic. We were unsure if those changes would work. Some of those changes include extending LPR Vendor Onsite Audit Services to global companies. Traveling restrictions due to COVID-19 created demand for Korea based engineering services from our Western clients, who wanted LPR Global to audit their Korean suppliers on their behalf. By hiring more engineers in Korea, we started offering LPR Vendor Onsite Audit services to all global companies. We see growing opportunities from the USKoreaHotlink.com platform for trade partnerships between North American and Korean manufacturers. We will continue to create manufacturing partnerships that benefit both sides.”

Since 2009, LPR Global has been operating  www.USKoreaHotlink.com, a platform where internationally-recognized manufacturing leaders in Korea connect with global business partners. It has been providing a unique venue to discuss customized manufacturing partnerships between leading Korean manufacturers and multinational companies.

 

About LPR Global, Inc. LPR Global is a strategic consultancy headquartered in Toronto, ON with affiliated operations in the US and South Korea. Founded in 2001, LPR Global provides advisory and business development services to companies, government organizations, and professional services firms doing business between South Korean and Western markets.

Visit https://lprglobal.com or http://www.uskoreahotlink.com 

Contact: Katya Khmilevskaya at +1 416-423-5590 info@lprglobal.com

 

Mikah Lee to Webcast Keynote at Digital Twin Fair 2020, the 1st Augmented Virtual Machinery Trade Show in South Korea

Mikah Lee to Webcast  Keynote at Digital Twin Fair 2020, the 1st Augmented Virtual Machinery Trade Show in South Korea 

Digital Twin Fair 2020 Offers 3D AR Applied Machinery Demo, a Real-Time Communication Platform Between Exhibitors and Attendees and is s the Largest Virtual Trade Show Showcasing Korean Machinery, Factory Automation and Software Solutions for Machine Monitoring.

Mikah Lee LPR Global at Digital Twin Fair 2020

Digital Twin Fair 2020 uses AR to enhance user experience with machine demonstration and interaction between exhibitors and visitors. Digital Twin Fair 2020 will go live on December 15, 2020, South Korea Time.

 

TORONTO, Ontario, Canada, December 10th, 2020 – LPR Global’s CEO Mikah Lee will deliver the keynote speech at Digital Twin Fair 2020, the first virtual trade show for machinery, factory automation, and smart monitoring solutions for plants in South Korea. Ms. Lee’s speech is scheduled to be webcast at the opening time of the show on December 15, 2020.

Digital Twin Fair 2020 is the first virtual show where we’ve applied advanced augmented reality and cyber-physics systems for an enhanced user experience,” says Mr. Dong-Youn Sohn, CEO of Korea Association of Machinery Industry. “KOAMI makes continuous efforts to provide Korean SMEs with enhanced virtual marketing solutions to globally present their machines and products. We invited Mikah Lee from LPR Global to share her insight on machine maintenance and monitoring because LPR Global plays a unique role in exporting Korean machines to the global market. Mikah’s speech on machine maintenance and warranty ties well with this year’s topic.”

Virtual Trade Show Digital Twin Fair 2020 LPR Global

Prior to COVID-19, LPR Global collaborated annually with the Korea Association of Manufacturing Industry (KOAMI) to bring global companies to machinery trade shows hosted by KOAMI, to create global partnership opportunities between Korean manufacturers and Western companies. LPR Global’s annual Technology Forum was coupled with one-on-one executive matching meetings between global buyers and South Korean suppliers.

“I feel honored to speak at Digital Twin Fair 2020, and happy to meet with Korean manufacturers through the first augmented reality virtual machine show. Many people will find machinery demonstrations using augmented reality intriguing and engaging. LPR Global is also considering applying augmented reality to machine monitoring, training, and maintenance, and offering these AR-powered services to our consortium members in 2021,” said Mikah Lee. “Since 2012, LPR Global has hosted traditional conferences for global clients with the support of the Korean federal government and Korea Association of Machinery Industry (KOAMI), but the Digital Twin Fair 2020  is a promising new venue for LPR Global’s online  Matching Conference,” says Ms. Lee.

Ms. Lee’s talk will address the top 3 things that Korean machine manufacturers should put in place before they export machines to Western clients. After her speech, she will be available to answer any questions from Korean manufacturers through the Digital Twin Fair 2020 platform, which allows real-time communication between exhibitors and guests.

Please contact LPR Global to inquire about the 2020 event and opportunities to meet with South Korean automotive, metal working, steel, energy, home appliance industrial machinery, and product manufacturers.

 

About LPR Global, Inc. LPR Global is a strategic consultancy headquartered in Toronto, ON with affiliated operations in the US and South Korea. Founded in 2001, LPR Global provides advisory and business development services to companies conducting business between South Korean and Western markets.

Visit https://lprglobal.com or http://www.uskoreahotlink.com 

Contact: Katya Khmilevskaya at +1 416-423-5590 info@lprglobal.com

LPR Global Provides Sourcing and Vendor Onsite Quality Inspection Services to Western Companies

LPR Global to Launch Sourcing and Vendor Onsite Quality Inspection Services for Western Companies, Who Face Challenges Visiting South Korea

Buyer’s Factory Acceptance Test visit to a Korean Facility

Buyer’s Factory Acceptance Test visit to a Korean Facility

Toronto, Ontario, Canada, December 9, 2020 – LPR Global, Inc. has announced the launch of its vendor compliance services program for Western companies working with South Korean suppliers, including quality control engineering and factory audit services. The added capabilities are a response to growing demand from global companies, who are facing communication and management challenges due to COVID-19-related travel restrictions.

LPR Global’s engineers and technical translators will visit current or prospective suppliers’ plants in South Korea on behalf of the Western company in order to perform quality checks on materials and equipment, assess standard conformity, and analyze quality control processes.

LPR Global’s standard services for Western companies include vendor research, sourcing and in-person facilitation of site visits to South Korean suppliers. The expanded quality control engineering services are offered to Western companies who have existing contracts with Korean suppliers, and for those looking to establish relationships with new South Korean vendors and qualify them prior to the contractual phase. LPR’s quality control services ensure that Korean suppliers comply with the buyer’s requirements, meet project milestones, and have clear and smooth technical communications on complex matters.

LPR Global’s CEO, Mikah Lee, says that the new service is in line with LPR Global’s goal to create global partnerships between the Western companies and Korean companies.

“LPR Global is a trusted advisor to many of our Korean suppliers,” said Mikah Lee, CEO of LPR Global, “This trust was earned through years of experience and professionalism. Our product acceptance inspection and factory process audit services are provided by a team with rich field experience and unique business acumen in both South Korea and the Western world.”

LPR Global is looking forward to its 20th anniversary in Feb. 2021. It creates multiple global transactions between the West and South Korean industrial product and machinery manufacturers in the automotive, steel mill, home appliance, power plant, oil & gas, medical, and high precision manufacturing industries. Its success has grown www.USKoreaHotlink.com to be the largest consortium of Korean manufacturers in North America, bringing many awards and the accreditation of Best Consulting Practice to the company.

To learn more about LPR Global’s vendor onsite audit and sourcing services, please visit LPR Global’s webpage for supplier evaluation and manufacturing onsite audit services.

 

About LPR Global, Inc. LPR Global is a strategic consultancy headquartered in Toronto, ON with affiliated operations in the US and South Korea. Founded in 2001, LPR Global provides advisory and business development services to companies, government organizations and professional service firms conducting business between South Korean and Western markets.

Visit https://lprglobal.com or https://www.uskoreahotlink.com

Contact: Katya Khmilevskaya at +1 416-423-5590 info@lprglobal.com

LPR Global Selected by the South Korean Government’s Small and Medium Enterprise Agency to participate in 2020 Voucher Fair

LPR Global Selected by the South Korean Government’s Small and Medium Enterprise Agency to participate in 2020 Voucher Fair

2019 Voucher Fair Meetings in Korea

The Manufacturing Executives Attending the 2019 Korean Voucher Fair

 

Toronto, Canada, August 18, 2020 – LPR Global, Inc. announced that they have been selected by the South Korean government’s Small and Medium Enterprise & Startup Agency (KOSME), to present at the 2020 Voucher Fair being held on September 15, 2020 in Seoul.

The Voucher Fair is an annual conference that brings together leading Korean manufacturers and overseas marketing consulting companies that help them reach new markets throughout the world. As an approved Export Consulting Practice, LPR Global is able to participate in the Voucher Fair and provide marketing services to manufacturers who receive incentives in the form of vouchers at the fair. This year’s event is expected to be attended by over 1,000 leading Korean manufacturers and 120 marketing service providers despite the COVID-19 situation.

LPR Global’s CEO, Mikah Lee, will participate in meetings with Korean manufacturers via online video call while LPR’s Director Hyungrae Lee will physically represent LPR Global onsite during the event in Seoul.

“I’m amazed by Korean companies’ perseverance and adaptability,” said Mikah Lee, CEO of LPR Global, “I’m saddened by the unprecedented situation caused by the coronavirus pandemic, but feel hopeful and inspired. Not a single Korean manufacturer we work with compromised their dedication to their clients or projects throughout the lockdown period. We, the LPR Global team, feel proud to represent them to Western companies.”

LPR Global’s presentation at the Voucher Fair will describe their methodology to help Korean manufacturers thrive in overseas markets. For nearly 20 years the company has been  providing industrial marketing consulting services to Korean manufacturers in the automotive, steel mill, home appliance, power plant, oil & gas, medical, and high precision manufacturing industries. LPR Global creates long lasting business partnerships for its consulting clients which result in multi-mullion dollar contracts, technical partnerships, and export oriented sales. LPR Global’s consulting clients consist of well established and reliable small and medium sized Korean manufacturers with export oriented technologies.

For more information about meeting with the LPR Global team at the Voucher Fair 2020 please contact LPR Global.

About LPR Global, Inc. LPR Global is a strategic consultancy headquartered in Toronto, ON with affiliated operations in the US and South Korea. Founded in 2001, LPR Global provides advisory and business development services to companies, government organizations and professional service firms conducting business between South Korean and Western markets.

Visit https://lprglobal.com or https://www.uskoreahotlink.com

Contact: Katya Khmilevskaya at +1 416-423-5590 info@lprglobal.com

One-On-One Executive Sessions for Automated Metal Forming Line, Progressive Tooling, and 5 Axis Machining Equipment Executives Held at LPR Global’s 8th Annual Business Matching Meetings in South Korea.

One-On-One Executive Sessions for Automated Metal Forming Line, Progressive Tooling, and 5 Axis Machining Equipment Executives Held at LPR Global’s 8th Annual Business Matching Meetings in South Korea.

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Factory Automation, Machine Learning Data Science, Advanced Manufacturing Technologies, High Precision Testing Equipment, and Custom Tooling were at the Center of Project Discussions.

TORONTO, Canada, November 19, 2019 – The 2019 LPR Global Business Matching Meetings, held at the Korea Machinery Fair on October 23, 2019 at the KINTEX Exhibition Center in Seoul, South Korea, successfully sealed global partnerships between Western companies and South Korean manufacturers. LPR Global’s matching meetings and networking event was attended by companies across the globe from diverse industry backgrounds, including factory automation, home appliances, energy, automotive, and machine manufacturing.

LPR Global’s 8th annual one-on-one C-level meetings event brought together attendees with global partnership opportunities to engage in practical discussions about data science for machines, factory automation, and advanced manufacturing technologies. In collaboration with the Korea Association of Manufacturing Industry (KOAMI), LPR Global recruited qualified Korean manufactures, with expertise in metal forming design, non-destructive testing equipment, progressive tooling, and 5 axis highly precise machining centers.

Jim Sheldon, CEO and Owner of DT Engineering, one of participants from the US, expressed his interest in equipment and tooling design capabilities from South Korean companies for his automation projects. “When we reviewed these Korean companies’ websites prior to the one-on-one meeting, we couldn’t be sure because so much of the website content in English got lost in translation. But when we met them face-to-face and discussed their experience and capabilities, we were impressed! LPR Global staff understood exactly what we were looking for and created successful matches,” said Jim Sheldon.

“We’re very happy to see the LPR Business Matching Meetings create successes and play a pivotal role for global partnerships between Korean SMEs and global companies. KOAMI will continue to work with LPR Global to help form high-value partnerships,” commented Mr. Park Young Tahk, Executive Chairman, KOAMI.

LPR Global’s Business Matching Meetings were followed by factory visits to selected Korean manufacturers arranged by LPR Global.

LPR Global has been hosting the matching meetings for global clients, interested in exploring South Korean manufacturing capabilities and partnerships, since 2012 with the support of the Korean federal government and the Korea Association of Machinery Industry (KOAMI). LPR Global reviews the scope of technical requirements in advance and pre-selects reliable matching suppliers for global companies.

Please contact LPR Global to inquire about the 2020 event.

About LPR Global, Inc. LPR Global is a strategic consultancy headquartered in Toronto, ON with affiliated operations in the US and South Korea. Founded in 2001, LPR Global provides advisory and business development services to companies, government organizations and professional service firms conducting business between South Korean and Western markets.

Visit https://lprglobal.com or https://www.uskoreahotlink.com

 

Contact: Katya Khmilevskaya at +1 416-423-5590 info@lprglobal.com

LPR Global CEO’s Third Book Reaches Korean Best Seller List Two Weeks after Publication

LPR Global CEO’s Third Book Reaches Korean Best Seller List Two Weeks after Publication

LPR Global, Inc.’s CEO Mikah Lee saw her third book published on February 10, 2019. Ms. Lee’s newest book, titled “How to Avoid Writing Incorrect Business Emails,” has rocketed to the top 5 best-seller list in the business English category at 4 major online and offline bookstores. 

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TORONTO, ONTARIO, March 5th, 2019 — LPR Global Inc., the Toronto-based international consultancy, announced today that CEO Mikah Lee’s book, How to Avoid Writing Incorrect Business Emails, reached the top 5 bestseller list in just 2 weeks after the book was published February 10, 2019. A noted author as well as entrepreneur, Ms. Lee used her experiences as a trade consultant between the Western world and South Korea as a vehicle to illustrate effective business email writing.

The book was well received by Korean language readers both in South Korea and throughout the world. How to Avoid Writing Incorrect Business Emails climbed the charts both online and in traditional book stores and has reached the top best-selling book list on YES24.com – South Korea’s largest online book site. Kyobo Books, South Korea’s largest brick and mortar bookstore, has listed How to Avoid Writing Incorrect Business Email as a best seller in its Business English Language category since the book’s first appearance in February 2019.

How to Avoid Writing Incorrect Business Email has been selected Top 3 Books by the Small Business Corporation, the South Korean federal government agency, as the best book to help Korean small and medium businesses conduct overseas marketing. Mr. Hogyoon Kim, Executive Managing Director of Human Resources Division at Samsung Electronics recommends the book: “The author succinctly explains the common mistakes made by Korean business people using examples and illustrations filled with practical, experience-enriched useful writing tips, patterns and fundamentals. The book is the best business email book for the wide range of Korean readers in international trade.”

Ms. Lee is scheduled to speak at a book signing event on March 21, 2019 at the Seoul Catholic Youth Hall in Seoul, South Korea. Her book signing event is followed by a series of talks at universities, corporations, and government organizations until March 27 in South Korea.

About LPR Global, Inc. LPR Global is a strategic consultancy headquartered in Toronto, ON with affiliated operations in the US and South Korea. Founded in 2001, LPR Global provides advisory and business development services to companies, government organizations and professional service firms conducting business between South Korean and Western markets.

Visit https://lprglobal.com or https://www.uskoreahotlink.com

Contact: Katya Khmilevskaya at +1 416-423-5590 info@lprglobal.com

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LPR Global Awarded Best Consultant Designation for Export Achievements

LPR Global Awarded Best Export Consultant Designation by Incheon City, South Korea

USKoreaHotlink.com, owned and operated by LPR Global, is voted the most successful and export stimulating practice for Korean manufacturers.

TORONTO, Canada, January 17, 2019 – Incheon City Business Technopark (IBITP) announced that it has awarded LPR Global Inc., the best export consulting practice of 2018 out of 17 consortiums worldwide. This award recognizes LPR Global for enabling significant export achievements by its Korean manufacturers for two consecutive years.

The IBITP committee praised LPR Global’s online platform USKoreaHotlink, the largest North American consortium of South Korea-based machinery and industrial parts manufacturers, for its strong online presence and innovative go-to-market strategies that stimulate consortium member success. Launched in 2008, www.USKoreaHotlink.com showcases Korean industrial, automotive and energy machinery and parts by LPR Global’s Consortium clients. The online platform is visited by engineers, executives and industry experts looking for reliable industrial turn-key sourcing solutions.

Consortium members are carefully pre-screened by LPR Global based on their export and project experience, financial stability, and technological advancements.

Based on the success of the USKoreaHotlink platform, LPR Global has expanded its annual Technology Forum, which offers networking initiatives and matching meetings between global companies and Korean automotive and industrial machinery and parts manufacturers. The LPR Global Technology Forum completes networking and business transactions initiated through online inquiries on USKoreaHotlink.com.

“We’ve been creating global partnerships since the inception of LPR Global back in 2001,” said Mikah Lee, CEO of LPR Global, “USKoreaHotlink.com serves to shortlist partnership opportunities applicable to manufacturing in the automotive, steel and power generation industry. The LPR Technology Forum helps deepen the discussion through face-to-face meetings between leading Korean suppliers and manufacturers.”

LPR Global has been recognized by the South Korean Government with numerous awards over the years for its ability to handle and facilitate complex projects in the automotive and energy industries, and to work across multiple layers of engineering and supply chain processes to provide consulting support to South Korean manufacturers expanding into North America, Europe and Asia.

For more information about participating in the 2019 LPR Global Technology Forum, please contact LPR Global.

About LPR Global, Inc. LPR Global is a strategic consultancy headquartered in Toronto, ON with affiliated operations in the US and South Korea. Founded in 2001, LPR Global provides advisory and business development services to companies, government organizations and professional service firms conducting business between South Korean and Western markets.

Visit https://lprglobal.com or https://www.uskoreahotlink.com

Contact: Katya Khmilevskaya at +1 416-423-5590 info@lprglobal.com

LPR GLOBAL’s 2018 Business Matching Meetings Conference Yields New Opportunities in High Growth Manufacturing Areas

LPR GLOBAL’s 2018 Business Matching Meetings Conference Yields New Opportunities in High Growth Manufacturing Areas

LPR Global’s 7th Annual Business Matching Meetings Conference Was Profiled by the Korea Industry Daily Sept 22, 2018

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TORONTO, Canada, October 1, 2018 –  LPR Global’s Seventh annual Business Matching Meetings Conference was held on September 12th, 2018 in Seoul, South Korea and gave clients from the USA, India, Brazil, and Europe an opportunity to meet with Korean machinery, tooling, and automotive parts suppliers to discuss ongoing projects and explore new business relationships.

The event was covered by the Korea Industry Daily, the largest online media publication specializing in technology news in South Korea. Its article discusses  LPR Global’s success helping global companies source from Korea through LPR Global’s annual business matching meetings conference. “One-on-one matchings were arranged by LPR Global among the global companies and  Korean companies with compatible business interests. Project information was shared with participating companies prior, which brings actual purchase deals from these matchings,” says the Korea Industry Daily.  The full article is republished in Korean in the LPR’s Korean blog.

2018 LPR Global Business Matching Meetings Conference in Seoul, South Korea

This year the following technologies were discussed between participating Korean companies and LPR’s global clients from the USA, Russia, Brazil, and India:

 

  • 3D printing equipment and 3D printing services for mold core applications
  • Polyurethane equipment, glass insulated panel production equipment for LNG storage and transportation
  • Robotic welding automation, roll forming machinery and stretch bending machines for the automotive BIW application
  • High precision molds and dies for the automotive and home appliance industry
  • Pipe forming machinery
  • Presses: knuckle and servo presses for the automotive industry
  • Steel casting and machining capabilities for steel mills and power plants
  • High precision cold forging capabilities for the automotive parts

 

LPR Global’s Business Matching Meetings were followed by factory visits to Korean machinery and tooling manufacturers arranged by LPR Global. The event was co-joined with the KOFAS expo, factory automation and machinery show, held at the KINTEX venue, Seoul, South Korea, October 11-14, 2018.

 

LPR Global has been hosting the conference for global clients  interested in exploring South Korean manufacturing capabilities since 2012 with the support of the Korean federal government and the Korea Association of Machinery Industry (KOAMI).

 

Please contact LPR Global to inquire about the 2019 event.

About LPR Global, Inc. LPR Global is a strategic consultancy headquartered in Toronto, ON with affiliated operations in the US and South Korea. Founded in 2001, LPR Global provides advisory and business development services to companies, government organizations and professional service firms conducting business between South Korean and Western markets.

Visit https://lprglobal.com or https://www.uskoreahotlink.com

 

Contact: Katya Khmilevskaya at +1 416-423-5590 info@lprglobal.com