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Sonkyo Energy enters exclusive long-term distribution agreement with Taiwanese company Tatung.

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 Sonkyo Energy enters exclusive long-term distribution agreement with Taiwanese company Tatung.
Spaniard Windspot manufacturer Sonkyo Energy has recently entered an exclusive long-term distribution arrangement with Taipei headquartered Tatung Company

Under the terms of this arrangement, Tatung will handle exclusive Windspot distribution and marketing for Taiwan, Japan, Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia.

Listed on the Taiwan Stock Exchange (TSE), Tatung Company holds 6 business units including Motor BU, Home Appliance BU, Digital Consumer BU, Information System Business Division, Energy Solutions BU, and Industrial Appliance BU.

With its overseas branches expanding into 12 countries, Tatung is in a solid position to deliver products more efficiently and render customer services more effectively. Tatung offers customers tremendous advantages on cost, speed, and seamless backend support to stay ahead in today's dynamic business world.
With this signature, Tatung Company becomes part of Sonkyo Energy distribution network, currently made up by 14 international distributors worldwide and an office in the USA.

“One of many benefits this distribution agreement is expected to provide to both Tatung Company and Sonkyo Energy is the ability to offer Windspot’s revolutionary patented variable pitch technology to address Asian markets, currently emerging towards the forefront of Renewables” Mr. Íñigo Gonzalez Portillo, managing director of Sonkyo Energy, said.

WINDSPOT’s pioneering and innovative variable pitch system is the result of 40 years experience and a track record of more than 5.000 installations worldwide, and has being thoroughly tested by different educational and research centers throughout the world such as:

CIEMAT-CEDER: The Centre for the Development of Renewable Energy Sources (CEDER) is considered the most prestigious research centre in Spain and an European reference in small wind power. http://www.ciemat.es/CEDERportal/portal.do

Masdar Institute of Science and Technology (United Arab Emirates):  www.masdar.ac.ae

Tampere University (Finland): http://opienempi.projects.tamk.fi/

John Brown University (Arkansas, USA) www.jbu.edu

SEPEN (Site Expérimental pour le Petit Eolien de Narbonne): www.sepen-montplaisir.fr