Innovation Metals Corp. Launches Chinese and Japanese Language Websites
TORONTO, May 3, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Innovation Metals Corp. ("IMC"), developers of the world's first independent, centralized rare-earth element separation facilities, today announced the debut of two new local-language websites for Chinese and Japanese audiences.
The Chinese-language website can be found at http://www.innovationmetals.com/zh-hans, and the Japanese-language site at http://www.innovationmetals.com/ja. The localized websites can also be accessed via language selectors on each page of IMC's main website at http://www.innovationmetals.com.
"The majority of the world's demand for rare earths comes from the Chinese and Japanese markets," said Patrick Wong, CEO of IMC. "We felt it important that we be able to communicate our vision and strategy directly to end-users of rare earths and other interested parties in China and Japan."
"The current issues faced by the rare-earth supply chain are global in nature," commented Gareth Hatch, President of IMC. "In addition to working with industry participants in North America, where we plan to build our heavy-rare-earth separation facility, we anticipate working with producers, end-users and government stockpile managers in Asia and in Europe as well."
Additional local-language websites are planned for launch later in 2012.
About Innovation Metals Corp.
Innovation Metals Corp. ("IMC") is a private Canadian-based company, founded in 2011, to provide downstream processing and marketing services to the rare-earth sector. IMC's goal is to alleviate the bottleneck that has formed in the rare-earth supply chain, through the creation of the world's first independent, centralized rare-earth separation facilities. The company intends to bridge the gap between producers and end-users via the creation of a Consortium, through which it will provide low-cost material tolling programs to producers, and assuring security of supply for end-users. IMC is also developing innovative trading platforms, to further increase the opportunities within the rare-earth sector for traders.
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