400 years of Anglo-Japanese trading

Silicon Sensing Systems recently took part in the Japan400 Plymouth celebrations, commemorating the 400th Anniversary of the arrival in Plymouth of the first English trading vessel to return from Japan.

A business event, organised by the University of Plymouth and Plymouth City Council and hosted by The Royal Western Yacht Club was held in order to promote understanding and to generate trading links between local companies doing business with Japan.

The event was attended by representatives from the Japanese Embassy, Plymouth City Council, the University of Plymouth and Kawasaki Precision Machining as well as a number of other interested parties, contributors and businesses. Silicon Sensing Systems provided its perspective with a brief presentation, made by Company Secretary, Norman Cooke, on its close to 20 years of successful Anglo-Japanese business partnership. Also in attendance was Mr Hiroaki Minami representing the Silicon Sensing Systems Board of Directors.

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