Featured Locations in Asia

Tokyo, Japan

Tokyo, JapanMTS has been in Tokyo for many years, but the MTS Technical Center in Nagoya was finally established in 2000 to build component test systems, as well as to offer enhanced demo capability and calibration services to our customers in the region. With local design and manufacturing support, the Technical Center brings us closer to our Asian customer base and positions us to better serve their needs. All employees are encouraged to offer ideas, which are seriously considered and put into practice whenever it improves the operation. We also have a new Sensors production operation in Tokyo.

Tokyo is known for its energy and excitement - and its collection of contrasting elements. The city combines old world with new, business districts that border the Imperial Palace and narrow back streets amid modern, cosmopolitan boulevards. Outside the city's boundaries and its 12 million people, nature rules with mountains, gorges, forests, waterfalls, white-beach islands and whale-watching--a true balance to the hectic pace of the highly competitive, energetic city.

For more information about Tokyo, please go to http://tcvb.or.jp/en
For more information about Nagoya, please go to http://ncvb.or.jp/en/contents/

Seoul, Korea

MTS Korea, Inc. is located Seongnam which is quite close to Seoul. Korea office has continued to prosper since its founding in May 1993. MTS Korea does its best to meet the growing and various demands of the customers. All Korea employees provide a differentiated technical support and service as a total solution provider.

MTS Systems Seoul, KoreaSeoul is the capital of South Korea. Seoul is showed the Past, Present and Future history from the historic ancient palaces such as Changdeok-gung designated by UNESCO World Heritage in 1997 to the endless skyscrapers and state-of the-art architecture.

From day to night, Seoul puts on a different face. The stoicism of the gray buildings during the day makes itself over with the glow of the neon lights as the sun goes down. In the darkness, the lights of the Han River illuminate the faces of Seoul’s citizens looking on from the piers. If Gangnam represents city life and city energy, then Gangbuk, with all its romanticism, is the elegant figure of two lovers walking away. The presence of the past holding hands with the present – this is the charm of Seoul’s night view.

For more information about Seoul, please visit http://www.visitseoul.net/