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heat 11 has established subsidiary company in China
Office in Shanghai opened / Further expansion of the planned internationalization
"The heat 11 (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. is an important component to further internationalize our business", heat 11 general manager Dr. Dietmar Hunold reports. In the new heat 11 branch company in Shanghai, the largest city in China, heat 11 offers immediately the complete service and support around the subjects heat transfer plants, process heat and plant optimization. "The industry in China is constantly increasing and we have already secured the first orders for Chinese customers. On the other hand, the customers in Europe with whom we have been doing business, have set up their production plants in China. We can enable those European customers to benefit from the local sourcing there also by having our branch company in China", said Dr. Andreas Glueck, general manager sales at heat 11. "Furthermore, we are as close to the customer as possible and can meet his requirements very well - both locally and technically."
The heat 11 (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. is managed by Peter Wu En Tao, a Chinese who has a good technical background and expertise, ample experiences and wide connection to the customers in China. It is believed that he will lead the Chinese team to success in the market. Mr. Wu used to be a capable engineer of the shipbuilding and had been active in the marine sector in sales and technology for many years. Since 2005, he has been specialized in sales of heat transfer and thermal oil plants in the fields of chemical and petrochemical industries, gas treatment plants, off-shore oil production and so on. "As planned, heat 11 Shanghai will be a team being fully able to do technical consultation, engineering, sales and after sales services in commissioning and maintenance," said Mr. Wu.
"With the creation of a subsidiary company instead of just representation we are oriented consistently towards growth also in China", continues Hunold.
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