Integration Technology Announces Launch of Integration Technology America

Developer of UV LED solutions Integration Technology today announces the launch of its United States-based sister company, Integration Technology America, Inc (ITA). The newly founded American arm forms a crucial component of the organisation’s wider growth strategy as it moves to meet intense demand for high quality, high performance UV technology in the growing US market. ITA Inc. will operate from Illinois and is a wholly owned subsidiary of Integration Technology Ltd. based in the UK.


ITA welcomes experienced technology-focused sales and marketing executive Nan Jiang as Head of Sales and Technology. Jiang will be responsible for leading business development and revenue growth across North America.  As well as an MBA from the Kellogg School of Management, Nan has BSc and MSc degrees in Mechanical Engineering with a focus in electronic packaging materials.  


Jiang has been involved in the visible/UV lighting industry directly and indirectly for more than 20 years, having first worked in business development at GE Advanced Materials marketing and selling electronic assembly materials into a wide variety of industries including LED lighting. “Having witnessed first-hand the rapid development of the UV LED technology and its deployment in many industries I’m very excited to be able to bring my years of industrial experience and technical knowledge to Integration Technology,” comments Jiang. 


Simon Roberts, President of ITA Inc., comments: “The launch of Integration Technology America demonstrates that we are serious and professional about our commitment to our US customer base and the wider market. North America presents vast opportunities for UV LED curing products in a market that remains relatively unmined for Integration Technology. As well as a full portfolio of standard products, what sets us apart from the competition is our expertise in bespoke solutions to optimise performance and installation for OEMs, machine integrators, and end-users.”


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