Camstar buys Asian system integrator Technology Resources Group

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Camstar Systems has extended its global reach with the acquisition of Singapore-based Technology Resources Group, a systems integrator for the solar and semiconductor industries. The company, which has offices in China and Malaysia, provides manufacturing execution equipment automation, manufacturing applications development and program management for enterprise solution deployments.

The new parent company will now expand its sales and services teams to Asia where the company hopes to see further growth of its Manufacturing and Quality Platform. Kong Eng Teck, Technology Resource Group’s founder and CEO, will assume the role of Managing Director, Camstar Asia.

“Technology Resources Group is a longstanding and trusted partner, and their unwavering commitment to customer service and success mirrors our own,” said Scott Toney, Camstar President and CEO. “This acquisition is a key part of Camstar’s strategy for dominating the manufacturing execution and quality management markets in Asia, which continues to grow as the production destination for global manufacturers.”

“We are delighted and excited to join Camstar and lead their growth in the Asia region,” said Kong Eng Teck, Managing Director, Camstar Asia. “Our mutual vision for the region as well as our combined commitment to customers should allow us to quickly gain market share in our industries and help facilitate the technical development of additional partners in the region.”

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