GEIC and Tunghsu Optoelectronic join hands in new Tier-One partnership

The Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre, also known as GEIC, has reportedly joined forces with Tunghsu Optoelectronic, making the latter its 4th Tier-One partner of the newly launched graphene facility in Manchester.

Reliable sources with the knowledge of the matter state that the new partnership will witness the fusion of high-quality graphene materials, enhanced graphene coatings & inks & composite materials, and the development of new energy materials. The partnership also intends to explore & brainstorm new prospects & product applications by leveraging the knowledge and expertise of each of the parties in question.

According to credible report, the Tier-One partnership will also provide specialist equipment within the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre (GEIC) and unrestrained access to world leading expertise & experience for projects that would help fast-track products & process development.

James Baker, CEO, Graphene, Manchester, was reportedly quoted stating that this Tier-One partnership will help to create new global opportunities for graphene development. Intended to basically accelerate the commercialization of graphene, the Graphene Engineering Innovation Centre has received a tremendous response from diverse domains, Baker affirms, adding that the company is immensely pleased with the positive reception obtained so far. The firm looks forward to facilitating more such partnerships in the coming months, Baker elaborates further.

Commenting on the partnership, Wang Lipeng, Chairman, Tunghsu Optoelectronic, stated that the strong cooperation between GEIC and Tunghsu Optoelectronic will help further endorse graphene industrialization and combat challenges persistent with the development of the graphene industry in tandem with paving the way for Tunghsu Optoelectronic to penetrate the global market.

For the record, Tunghsu Optoelectronic is one of the earliest organizations boasting of having worked with graphene in China. With this partnership, the company will now officially be included in GIEC’s Tier-One partner portfolio alongside Haydale, Versarien, & First Graphene.