Lindner has been doing business in Asia for over 20 years now. In recent years in particular, a greater awareness of the need to manage resources responsibly and, above all, to recover waste materials, has grown in the world’s most densely populated region. The Asia-Pacific region has become one of the largest growth markets in the waste management sector. Lindner Recyclingtech, one of the world's leading suppliers of shredding technology and system solutions for recycling, is now strengthening its presence in the region with its new subsidiary in Singapore, thereby expanding its international service and distribution network.
“We already have very strong partners with whom we successfully implemented numerous projects in countries such as China, Japan, Korea, Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines and also Australia. With the new service and sales hub in Singapore, we’ve created a point of contact for partners and clients to better respond to individual local needs and also react quickly across time zones,” explains Gerhard Gamper, Sales Director at Lindner Asia-Pacific.
Besides sales and logistics staff, and contacts to help with the supply of wear parts, the site will also be home to highly qualified service technicians trained directly at Lindner’s headquarters. These regional advantages, combined with the new hub, the subsidiary in the US and the European headquarters, mean the company’s support team is now readily available to a much larger international customer base.
“We set very high standards for our machines and in particular for our services worldwide. I am therefore delighted that we are now closing the loop with Lindner Asia-Pacific and will be even closer to our clients in future. That’s exactly what our service strategy is about,” summarises Gamper.
Read the article online at: https://www.worldcement.com/asia-pacific-rim/15102020/lindner-recyclingtech-strengthens-presence-in-asia-pacific-region/
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