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Chinese HEAD Aerospace Technology to set up operations in Holland

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The Chinese space trading company HEAD Aerospace Technology Co. signed a Letter of Intent during an official Trade Dinner, as part of the Dutch economic mission to China.

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The economic mission runs parallel with the official state visit of his Majesty King Willem-Alexander and her Majesty Queen Maxima.

By signing this Letter of Intent Mr. Jason Zhou (Board of Directors of HEAD Aerospace Technology Co.) and Mr. Chris van Voorden (Director Foreign Investments of InnovationQuarter) marked their common goals for setting up a new office for HEAD Aerospace Technology in Noordwijk, West Holland.

On Sunday the 25th of October the economic mission started with an official Trade Dinner, hosted by the Netherlands. On this occasion, China HEAD Aerospace Technology Co. (HEAD) and InnovationQuarter formalized their co-operation by signing a Letter of Intent.

This was witnessed by the Dutch Minister of Foreign Affairs Bert Koenders, the Dutch minister for Agriculture Sharon Dijksma, Deputy Minister for Healthcare Martin van Rijn, the Dutch Ambassador in China Aart Jacobi and the commissioner of the Netherlands Foreign Investment Agency (NFIA) Jeroen Nijland.

HEAD is a leading space trading company in China, engaged in introducing worldwide advanced space products and technology to domestic civilian space missions, as well as selling Chinese space products to the commercial space market worldwide.

As the first private space company in China to expand their operations in the Netherlands, the chairman of the board of HEAD Mr. Jason Zhou is very confident about the their newly established Dutch company HEAD NED B.V.: “We bring our microsatellite platform, launching service and large amount of China space market requirement into the Netherlands. We hope to bring new opportunities for the Dutch space market.”

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