Triton Set Up a Manufacturing Facility in Shanghai, China
March 30, 2012 - After years of planning, Triton finally set up its first solely owned manufacturing plant in Shanghai, China. The facility, Triton Shanghai Manufacturing Co., houses an array of manufacturing equipment such as CNC mills, numeric-control lathes, special lathes, drills, tapping machines, and other auxiliary equipment such as ultrasonic cleaner, tumbler and so on. It will function as a pilot plant for new project development and fast turn around for urgent orders. The site will also serve as inspection center and shipment consolidation center, so as to better control the quality of the parts made by Triton's various contract manufacturers. The facility is close to Pudong International Airport (PVG), as well as the Shanghai Port, China's second largest sea-port, providing a geographical advantage for exporting and importing. The area's rich manufacturing resources will also help Triton Shanghai to expand its manufacturing capabilities.

Triton Qingdao Office Moved to International Trade Center.
June 4, 2010 - Qingdao, China - Triton Qingdao held an opening ceremony for moving into a new office located on the 19th floor of the International Trade Center (ITC), Qingdao Economy and Technology Development Zone, Shandong Province, China. ITC is a new landmark building in Qingdao E&T Development Zone, just a block next to the government compound. The ceremony was hosted by Mr. S. Liu, Triton China's general manager and other staff members. About 20 guests from a dozen of local suppliers attended the ceremony and the subsequent banquet. The Qingdao office serves as a liaison between Triton US headquarter and Qingdao's foundry suppliers. The key role is to control supplier quality and to ensure on time delivery.

Triton Acquired a Military Contractor in Tennessee, USA
May 1, 2010 - Ann Arbor, MI - Triton reached an agreement to invest in J&J Machine & Tool, Inc., to expand its US market, especially in defense industry and government contract. The total investment amount is not disclosed.

J&J Machine & Tool, Inc. is a veteran-owned military contractor based in Knoxville, TN. In the past half century, J&J has worked with many large and small companies with a dedication to quality and services. The company is ISO9001:2008 & ASME certified and currently working on its NQA-1 certification. Besides an array of high precision CNC lathes and mills, and many other manual mills and fabrication equipment, J&J also possesses high level skills and experience in machining and fabrication. The company is currently serving defense, marine and robotics industries. Triton Global Sources will bring sales and financial support to J&J. We believe the acquisition will be beneficial to the growth of both companies.

Qingdao Becomes Triton's Casting Production Center
April 14, 2008 - Qingdao, China - After years of cooperation with Qingdao's many foundries, Triton reaches an official agreement with the Alliance of Qingdao Investment Casting Foundries (AQICF) to strengthen the business relationship. AQICF, headed by Mr. Xiaoping Yang, a pioneering master of China's investment casting business, agrees to give Triton full support to expand the North American market. Mr. Songjun Liu, the new general manager of Triton's China Operation and a veteran casting engineer, takes on the job of chief representative to coordinate business activity. Triton's goal: to achieve 600 tons of annual casting business with 20% growth each year.

Triton Sets Up a Tube Fabrication Factory in China
August 8, 2006 - Wenling, Zhejiang Province, China - After years of sourcing tubing products, Triton sets up its own shop to mass produce tubular products primarily for high-end parts, such as stainless tube handles used in pleasure boats, bathroom hardware, assistive devices, and outdoor staircase rails. The factory is capable of tube bending, flanging, expanding and reducing, welding, brazing, turning, and more.

Triton Launches First Joint Venture in China
September 20, 2005 - Wenling, Zhejiang Province, China - Triton signs a cooperation agreement with Gego to form a new company, Triton Gego Manufacturing Co., Ltd., that will take advantage of the region's low labor cost and Triton's management skills to reduce costs for Triton's North American customers. Triton will own 51% of the shares and control business operations. The joint venture will target the booming Chinese auto-parts market and serve as Triton's operational hub to coordinate with its two dozen contract manufacturers across China. The 8,000 square foot facility houses dozens of CNC mills, numeric-controlled lathes, and other manufacturing equipment.

Triton Develops REACH™, a Remote Communication Tool
December 6, 2004 - Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA - In the ongoing effort to provide better communicate among customers, staff and vendors around the world, Triton's IT engineers introduce REACH™ (Remote Exchange Alleviates Communication Hassle), a new communication tool for the exclusive use of its customers. This Web-based interactive image viewer lets two remote parties view each other's cursor movements while talking over the telephone, allowing them to discuss engineering prints, parts function, and technical issues without the expense or inconvenience of a face-to-face meeting. Faster and simpler than other desktop sharing software, REACH™ requires no setup and makes browsing technical pictures as easy as surfing the Internet.

Triton Introduces the PROMPT™ System
October 21, 2002 - Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA - Triton launches PROMPT™ (Project Management and PO Tracking System), a web-based database system to store and process project and purchase order information and make it accessible online from anywhere in the world. This comprehensive system makes it possible for Triton to manage thousands of POs and tasks efficiently, and gives customers, vendors and custom brokers a handy, up-to-date overview of project status from PO issuance until final delivery. Current Triton customers can access their accounts by e-mailing a request for an ID and password.

Triton Helps Clugston Mfg. Win Gold Medal at INPEX 2002
May 20, 2002 - Monroeville, Pennsylvania, USA - The Grappler, a multifunction lawn and garden tool developed and manufactured by Triton Global Sources, Inc. wins a gold medal in the Lawn & Garden category at the INPEX 2002 International Invention Trade Show held at the Pittsburgh ExpoMart. Entries were judged by an international jury, with winners selected on the basis of usefulness, creativity, superior craftsmanship, and overall appeal. The patented Grappler - designed, prototyped and manufactured by Triton, demonstrated the convergence of low cost, fast turnaround, and high quality.

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