Lebring, 16 March 2012
Effective immediately, the homepage of ISOVOLTAIC with all its information is also available in Mandarin. With it, the company is emphasizing its well developed sense of customer orientation.
Asia, and specifically the Chinese market, is of particular importance to photovoltaics. That is where the majority of the world market production of photovoltaic modules takes place. ISOVOLTAIC has accommodated this development since the end of 2010 through a subsidiary in Changzhou/China (CICM). Its main attention is on direct customer contact as well as development of the service network in China and the Asian region. In addition, finishing of ISOSOLAR® backsheets at CICM makes it possible to address customer requirements flexibly and quickly.
"ISOVOLTAIC's website in Mandarin is an important step in the direction of "customer enthusiasm", which is a strategic goal of ISOVOLTAIC. With it, we are now providing information on the company and products in the language of many of our customers," Thomas E. Rossegger, CEO of ISOVOLTAIC AG is happy to say.
Your contact person for further information:
Corporate Communications Manager
Tel.: +43 (0)5 9191-9702
About ISOVOLTAIC AG
ISOVOLTAIC AG is the world market leader for backsheets, a key component of photovoltaic modules. The product range includes two product families that are differentiated by the raw materials and manufacturing processes that are used. The product families can also be adapted individually to meet customer-specific requirements. Products are mainly sold to large solar module manufacturers in Europe and Asia and especially in China. ISOVOLTAIC AG, with its headquarters in Lebring by Graz in Austria, was formerly part of the Isovolta Group and was spun-off from the parent company in mid 2010. Since then, it has existed as an independent company. ISOVOLTAIC AG's roots in the solar energy market date back to the year 1985 when Isovolta developed the first backsheets. Today ISOVOLTAIC AG operates two production sites in Austria and has a subsidiary in Changzhou in China. The company is managed by Thomas E. Rossegger, CEO and Manfred Schlögl, CTO.