Current Situation in the Japanese Nuclear Industry

In this webinar video, British companies in the nuclear industry that are considering doing business in Japan will hear about plans to restart reactors, whether Japan is looking for support in decommissioning activities, and forthcoming trade shows.

Japan’s Nuclear Industry is Looking to British Expertise for Decommissioning

This UK Trade & Investment (UKTI) and Scottish Development International (SDI) webinar is designed to assist British companies considering entering the Japanese market.

Following the Fukushima Dai-ichi Accident in March 2011, there has been increased interest in the Japanese Nuclear industry. Some questions being asked are, “When will reactors be restarted?” and “Is Japan looking for support in their decommissioning activities?”

UKTI Japan nuclear specialist Dr Keith Franklin gives his perspective on the current situation of the nuclear industry in Japan and opportunities for UK companies.

Murray Bainbridge and Dr Stephen Baker of SDI talk about how they can support companies both in the UK and Japan.

The webinar covers:

  • A market overview
  • Opportunities for products, technologies and services
  • An upcoming trade show in Japan
  • UKTI and SDI Support
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This webinar was recorded on 25 May 2016.

Contact Keith and his expert team for more information on doing business in Japan.