Westermo Teleindustri AB opens subsidiary in Singapore

  • December 12, 2007
  • Westermo Teleindustri AB
  • News
December 12, 2007 - “We have two main goals with this new Westermo office. The first one is to improve the reactivity of the support and services we provide to all of our existing customers in Asia without being submitted to the time difference. The second is to have the closest relationship possible with our end customers and distributors in order to provide them the necessary proximity to develop ever more ambitious, innovative and important projects. Asia is a strategic market for us and our growth has been very strong there during the last five years. Our Singapore office will be our central point for Asia, apart from Australia,” says Kenneth ISACSSON, Sales and Marketing Manager.The subsidiary will be led by Earnest PHUA, 28, who formerly worked for Phoenix Contact as Business Development Engineer after being employed by Vector Infotech, the Singapore distributor for Westermo.WESTERMO TELEINDUSTRI ABWestermo provides a full range of data communication and Ethernet equipment and solutions for such demanding applications as railways, aeronautics, military, water treatment, substation automation, roads and tunnels. The staff at Westermo provides the highest levels of services and technical support to help our customers to chose, configure and install the best solution for each specific application requirement. Our knowledge goes far beyond our own product range; we have a unique competence with regard to your environment whether it is on a train, in an airplane, on the seabed or in a substation. To ensure a close relationship with the customer, Westermo has a local presence in more than 30 Countries.Westermo has three main product lines, Remote Access, Local Access and Industrial Ethernet, including more than thousand different types and versions of modems, switches, routers, time servers or converters and the world’s fastest recovery time redundant Ethernet. Learn More

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