About Korea First Gage
Korea First Gage (KOGA) is a supplier of calibration services, standard and specialized gages, and more recently, air gages, computerized automatic measuring systems and the latest in metrology systems.
Korea First Gage Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
When was Korea First Gage founded?
Korea First Gage was founded in 1978.
Where is Korea First Gage's headquarters?
Korea First Gage's headquarters is located at 2397 E. Devon ave., Des Plaines.
What is Korea First Gage's latest funding round?
Korea First Gage's latest funding round is Incubator/Accelerator.
Who are the investors of Korea First Gage?
Investors of Korea First Gage include Korea Business Development Center - Chicago.
Who are Korea First Gage's competitors?
Competitors of Korea First Gage include Soosan Industries and 4 more.
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