Nanotec Red SL at NANO TECH 2012 International Exhibition & Conference

At the NANO TECH 2012 International Exhibition & Conference, Nanotec Red is actively involved from its booth at the Spanish Pavilion at this important fair of the nanotechnology´s sector.

Since yesterday Nanotec Red is present in Nano Tech 2012 which takes place in Tokyo, our staff led by Professor Ernesto Beibe is close to finishing with first class nanotech firms, several exclusive representation contracts for Latin America and Spain.

If you need to know anything special about NANO TECH 2012 International Exhibition & Conference, please write to us, our staff is available to you.

Nanotec Red SL provides an excellent opportunity for worldwide nanotechnology industry´s suppliers to offer their products and make business in the huge Latin American´s market, using the Spanish language through the website

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