SHENZHEN, P.R. China (June 9, 2011) – Enthone, Inc., a business of Cookson Electronics, earned two “Top Ten” awards at the 5th Annual China Enterprises Awards organized by HC360.com. Specifically, Enthone was recognized as a "Top 10 International Electroplating Brand,” and Ms. Amy Tsang, Enthone Asia Technical Director – Performance Coatings, was recognized as one of the “Top 10 Most Influential People,” in the industrial coatings industry.
Gordon Tindle, Vice President, Enthone Asia Performance Coatings, said, "We are grateful to our customers who supported our nomination by generously voting for Enthone and Amy. This recognition demonstrates and reinforces our commitment to creating customer value by providing applications expertise and technology that meet and exceed industry requirements.”
Ms. Tsang ,who was previously a Cookson Electronics President’s Awards recipient for her customer focus, operational excellence, and technical knowledge, said, "To be acknowledged by our customers and industry peers is both an honor and humbling. It is truly a milestone and highlight of my career which I will always cherish.”
HC360.com is one of the leading, business-to-business electronics commerce services in The People’s Republic of China. It launched the Top 10 Enterprises Awards in 2008, which aims at rewarding the people and companies that have made significant contribution to Chinese industrial development and have demonstrated outstanding brand influence. A jury consisting of industry experts evaluated all winners upon completion of online voting to ensure fairness and winner eligibility.
Enthone, Inc., is a business of Cookson Electronics. The company is a global and leading supplier of high- performance specialty chemicals and coatings. Enthone manufactures, markets and distributes its functional, decorative, and electronic processes that are used in printed wiring board, semiconductor, photovoltaic, automotive, energy, aerospace, jewelry, and plumbing applications.
The Enthone Asia regional headquarters is based in Hong Kong with facilities throughout China, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, Singapore, Malaysia, and India. Advance technology centers include the Enthone Shanghai Technical Center and the Enthone Taiwan Electronic Materials Applications Center.