Japanese company Daitron finds new home in Brabant’s High-Tech Community
Daitron, a Japanese company active in the electronics engineering trading industry, announced the establishment of Daitron Netherlands B.V. in Eindhoven, Brabant. The decision to set up shop in Brabant came after several visits to the region, facilitated by NFIA Japan and its partners, including the High Tech Campus, Holst Centre, and Gigaphoton.
The company has chosen to locate its sales and marketing division in the HTC5 building on the High Tech Campus in Eindhoven, a hub of innovation and entrepreneurship in the region. With plans to expand its team to eight employees in the coming years, Daitron is poised to make a significant impact on the local high-tech industry.
Japanese business community
Daitron’s move to Brabant is a welcome addition to the region’s Japanese business community and high-tech ecosystem, adding to the already impressive roster of innovative companies operating in the area. With its expertise in electronics engineering, marketing power, and manufacturing technologies, Daitron’s presence is expected to drive growth and foster innovation in the local high-tech industry.
Daitron’s investment in Brabant is not only a significant boost to the local economy but also a testament to the region’s attractiveness as a global hub for high-tech innovation and business. With Daitron now firmly established in Brabant, the region is set to benefit from the company’s expertise, drive, and innovation for years to come.