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New Singapore Subsidiary for GEZE

Post Time:Apr 23,2012Classify:Industry NewsView:130

One of the world-leading providers of systems for doors, windows and safety technology, GEZE has established a new subsidiary in Singapore in response to increasing demand in South East Asia for high quality products and service.

With 28 subsidiaries including GEZE UK across the world, the Singapore headquarters marks the next step in GEZE’s international strategy to maximise opportunities in the Asia Pacific Region. Building on the company’s reputation for innovation, quality and design, the new South East Asian team will further expand GEZE’s flexible and highly efficient global sales and service network.

GEZE UK’s managing director Andrew Hall said: “Architectural firms in the UK are increasingly being commissioned by companies in South East Asia to develop ground-breaking projects, and the demand for high quality products and expert advice is the same there as it is here. With an experienced local team and a fully equipped showroom located in the heart of the region, we can ensure that customers will get the same exceptional service in Singapore that they receive in the UK.”

In an ultra-modern showroom housed within the new headquarters, staff will be able to display and demonstrate the full GEZE product range, including automatic door systems, door closer technology, sliding door systems, window and ventilation technology, smoke and heat extraction systems (RWA), escape route and emergency exit and access control systems, as well as glass products.

“Since GEZE founded a subsidiary in Tianjin in China in 1996 and established many affiliated sales offices, Asia has proved to be a very significant growth market,” added Andrew. “With approximately five per cent of the gross domestic product of Singapore generated by the construction industry, this new subsidiary is a promising development. Singapore's construction industry is currently achieving double digit growth and is predicted to remain at this level for at least the next three years.”


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