Tetronics participated in the UKTI Nuclear Trade Missions to Japan and Taiwan
Tetronics participated in the UKTI Nuclear Trade Missions to Japan and Taiwan.
Following strong Japanese investment in nuclear new build in the UK, and the partnership between Taiwan Power Company (Taipower) and the UK’s Nuclear Decommissioning Authority (NDA), UK Trade and Investment (UKTI) organised nuclear trade missions to Japan and Taiwan.
These missions included expert market sector briefings and decommissioning workshops, and gave UK companies a fast track introduction to Japan and Taiwan’s respective decommissioning programmes. Participants had the chance to meet with key stakeholders and local firms to share the experience of decommissioning, and discuss potential collaboration and opportunities in the respective markets.
Tetronics International’s Les Liddiard participated in both UKTI nuclear trade missions.
Mr Les Liddiard
A mechanical engineer by profession Les has over 20 years of experience with high temperature plasma applications, most significantly in the field of high temperature extractive metallurgy. His experience encompasses the design, development, application and commissioning of plasma systems worldwide. Specialisation in the Asia Pacific region, establishing Tetronics as the leading supplier of high temperature plasma technology in Japan and Korea, led to Les adopting the role of Vice President Tetronics Ventures Asia in 2007.