State Leaders to Attend South Korea Trade Fair

By Morrow, Darrell | THE JOURNAL RECORD, September 24, 1994 | Go to article overview

State Leaders to Attend South Korea Trade Fair


Morrow, Darrell, THE JOURNAL RECORD


Oklahoma's business, education and tourism communities will be represented in South Korea at the Seoul International Trade Fair Tuesday through Saturday.

Several businesses will be represented in a manned catalog trade fair booth sponsored by the International Division of the Oklahoma Department of Commerce.

Louis Bradley, senior international marketing specialist in the Oklahoma Department of Commerce International Division, will direct operation of Oklahoma's booth at the trade fair in Seoul.

Oklahoma businesses to be represented include Tulsa-based T.D. Williamson Co., manufacturer of oil and gas equipment; Owens Hermetics, 22 NE 10th St., manufacturer of compressors; Mills Machine Co., Shawnee, manufacturer of drilling bits and drilling supplies; Continental Silite International, 12 NE 36th, injector molding manufacturer of dinnerware for institutions and restaurants; CMP Corp., 4525 SE 33rd St., Del City, manufacturer of compressor replacement parts; and Sabolich-Novacare, prosthetic services and sales.

Another Oklahoma businessman, Lyle Spence of Wilson Co., Oklahoma City, will be in South Korea on business at the same time and also plans to attend the trade fair, Bradley said.

A team of four professors from Oklahoma State University also will be in Korea at the same time on a multi-purpose tour that will include participating in the Seoul trade fair, said Steve Miller of the Oklahoma State University School of Business.

The four-member team will conduct a seminar on environmental issues at Inha University at the port city of Inchon, about 40 miles from Seoul.

The team will include an economist, Dr. Kent Olson; an accountant, Dr. Amy Lau; a marketing professor specializing in consumer response, Dr. …

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