congatec opens subsidiary in China
The new congatec office is located in the world’s business centre Shanghai
COMPUTEX, Taipei, Taiwan, 3 June 2014 * * * congatec AG, a leading technology and ODM company for embedded computer modules and single board computers, is continuing its path of globalization by opening a subsidiary in China.
"We want to provide the best customer service in China and realize how important it is to have a local presence to understand our partner and customer needs as they have high expectations in terms of quality and support. We believe high quality, best customer service and technical support as well as developing a strong congatec brand are the keys to growth,” states Gerhard Edi, CEO, congatec AG.
The new office is located in Shanghai, which is the largest city, a global business centre, and a transport hub in mainland China. It gathers the worldwide top 500 companies with huge resources and opportunities. From this great Shanghai location, congatec is able to provide quick customer service and technical support to its Chinese partners and customers.
China is one of the fastest growing markets for Computer-On-Modules. By opening a subsidiary in China, congatec is making a big stride with an eye towards the future. Better adaptation to local Asian traditions is one of the key reasons behind this corporate decision.
Until now, congatec has built up sales partner networks throughout Beijing, Shanghai, Shenzhen and Chengdu. For congatec, these are not just sales partners but also the company’s pioneers in the Chinese markets. The subsidiary will work closely with these partners to provide innovative embedded solutions with a competitive advantage for customers. congatec is confident that it will establish itself as a leading Computer-On-Module provider in China as the company believes in the motto “Made with Quality - Made for Success”.
congatec China Technology Ltd.
Sunyoung Center, 901 Building B,
No. 28 Xuanhua Road,
Tel: +86 21 60255862
Contact: Michael Chu
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