Symaga Silos, assisted by SCE Asia, has established an office in Singapore in order to be closer to its customers in the region.
According to a company statement, Symaga’s concern with being closer to its customers in Asia is motivated by being able to provide them with a better service.
The company reached an agreement with SCE Asia, based in Suntec City, Marina Bay, a few years previously. Now Symaga and SCE have joined forces in this strategic region, to respond to the growing demand for storage that is expected in the coming years.
Symaga's trajectory in this market was consolidated in 2013 with its project to establish the first bulk port terminal in Indonesia. 2019 was also an important year for the company in Asia, with its supply of silos to the Indonesian company Batulicin, on Borneo island, a storage plant for Charoen Pokphan in Thailand, a brewery for San Miguel in Santa Rosa, a rice plant in Palembang for PT Buyung, and a flour mill for PT Wilmar Nabati to be installed on the island of Java. In order to continue this growth, Symaga has now sets up a physical office, which will allow it to understand and better respond to the needs of the region.
It is hoped that the commercial and corporate support provided by SCE will help consolidate and expand Symaga’s growth in Asia. Sharing the same values, Symaga and SCE aim to offer reliable storage solutions for Asia’s agribusiness, with an emphasis on the highest quality standards, competitive prices, and a closer service.
Read the article online at: https://www.drybulkmagazine.com/dry-bulk/10112020/symaga-silos-establishes-singapore-office-with-sce-asia/
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