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Fluid dispensing, jetting, and conformal coating information on www.nordsonasymtek.com/cn

Mar. 13, 2011 (Business Wire) -- Nordson ASYMTEK, a leader in dispensing, coating, and jetting technologies, announces that the new Nordson ASYMTEK website is now available in simplified Chinese at http://www.nordsonasymtek.com/cn or by clicking on the language arrow on the Nordson ASYMTEK global website. The website has complete product, part, software, and application information for Nordson ASYMTEK's fluid dispensing, jetting, and coating systems. Nordson ASYMTEK products are used for manufacturing applications in the semiconductor packaging, printed circuit board, LED, flat panel display, medical and biotechnical device, and solar and photovoltaic industries.

“Nordson ASYMTEK has had a strong local presence in China for 8 years supporting the Chinese domestic market and Chinese multi-national accounts. Our labs in Beijing, Shanghai, and Guangzhou offer sales, service and process development. Finance and other support functions are located in our headquarters in Shanghai," said Frank Wang, general manager of Greater China. “The changes to the website improve navigation, offer market-specific information, and help our customers to easily identify the right dispensing system to meet their requirements.”

Visit Nordson ASYMTEK at SEMICON China booth #2437

About Nordson ASYMTEK

Nordson ASYMTEK, a world leader in precision automated fluid dispensing, conformal coating, and jetting technologies, designs and manufactures a full line of dispensing and coating systems, supported by a global applications and service network. Recognized for its innovative equipment and excellent service, Nordson ASYMTEK continues to offer advanced dispensing solutions for a range of precision assembly processes. These include semiconductor packaging, printed circuit boards, LEDs, flat panel displays, medical and biotechnical devices, and solar and photovoltaic products. Nordson ASYMTEK is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company and has received numerous awards for its service excellence and product innovations. For more information, visit www.nordsonasymtek.com or www.twitter.com/NordsonASYMTEK.

About Nordson Corporation

Nordson Corporation (Nasdaq:NDSN) is one of the world’s leading producers of precision dispensing equipment that applies adhesives, sealants, liquid and powder coatings and other materials to a broad range of consumer and industrial products during manufacturing operations. The company also manufactures equipment used in the testing and inspection of electronic components as well as technology-based systems for UV curing and surface treatment processes. Headquartered in Westlake, Ohio, Nordson has direct operations and sales support offices in more than 30 countries. Visit Nordson on the web at www.nordson.com, www.twitter.com/Nordson_Corp or Facebook.

Nordson ASYMTEK Headquarters:
Roberta Foster-Smith, +1-760-431-1919
roberta.foster-smith@nordsonasymtek.com
or
Agency Contact:
A R Marketing, Inc.
Andrea Roberts, +1-858-451-8666
andrea@armarketinginc.com
or
Nordson ASYMTEK
International Offices:
China: +86 21 3866 9166 www.nordsonasymtek.com.cn
Europe: +31 43 352 4466
India: +91 44 4353 9024
Japan: +81 3 5762 2801 www.nordsonasymtek.com/jp
Korea: + 82 31 765 8337 www.asymtek.com/kr
Southeast Asia: +65 6796 9514
Taiwan: +886 2 2902 1860


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