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Mini-Circuits Opens Regional Sales Office to Serve Japan, South Korea

The new office will provide additional resources and support to meet business and customer needs.

Mini-Circuits just recently opened a regional sales office in Shin-Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan to expand its service to customers in Japan and South Korea (see figure). The new office will work in conjunction with Mini-Circuits’ local sales representatives and distributors to offer additional resources and support in growing business and addressing customer needs.

The company has appointed Thomas Joyce as regional sales director, Japan and South Korea, to manage Mini-Circuits’ office in Yokohama and to continue broadening its sales and service presence in the region. Mr. Joyce brings 33 years of experience in electronics design, management, and marketing, as well as extensive knowledge of the Japanese and South Korean markets.


Shown are Ted Heil and Kai Lo along with two officials from the Office of the City of Yokohama Representative to the Americas: Toshikazu Yazawa (director) and Makoto Sekiyama (executive officer for global partnership and networking).

Mini-Circuits’ president, Ted Heil commented, “Part of our mission to be the world’s preferred supplier of RF and microwave products means ensuring we consistently deliver world-class service to our customers everywhere across the globe. Under Thomas’ direction, the Yokohama office will augment the efforts of our channel partners in Japan and South Korea as a direct link to Mini-Circuits at the local level.”

Mini-Circuits Japan is one of Mini-Circuits’ 14 corporate locations, joining design, manufacturing, and sales centers spanning nine nations.

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