Euro Tech was first established in 1971 under the name of Eurotherm (Far East ) Ltd., as a subsidiary of a UK public company, Eurotherm Ltd. This was done in order to more effectively market and distribute the UK Company's industrial control equipment in HK and South East Asia. This regional coverage was expanded to include the People's Republic of China in 1973.
In the early 1980s, the company began distributing high-tech equipment manufactured in the United States, Europe and Japan into China. In order to serve our growing customer base even better, 1988 saw the separation of the company into two entities, Eurotherm International and Eurotherm Far East.
By 1994, all of Eurotherm (Far East)'s share capital had been purchased by it's management and the company was then renamed to Euro Tech, as it remains today.
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