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Ekpac China Ltd

Activity

Our business strengths lie in sourcing industrial machinery from leading manufacturers globally with extensive sales and service operations throughout Greater China and SE Asia. We also source a wide variety of components for worldwide distribution from Greater China.

Background

Ekpac traces its roots back to Gothenburg, Sweden, the base of the Ekman Group of companies, a key player in developing trade between Europe and Asia in the 19th Century. We opened our first Asia Pacific office in Shanghai 1910 and subsequently became EKPAC.

 

Information

Chamber Representative:

Alvin TC Chan
CEO


Kei Chan
Marketing Director


Website:

www.ekpac.com

E-Mail:

ekpac@ekpac.com

Address:

Ekpac China Ltd, 2803 Sino Plaza, 255 Gloucester Road, Causeway Bay, Hong Kong

 

Telephone:

+852 2555 5555

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Our sponsors

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Swedish Chamber of Commerce in Hong Kong

Room 2503, 25/F, Bank of East Asia Harbour View Centre
56 Gloucester Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong

Tel: +852 2525 0349
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