November 17, 2020
Symaga opens Singapore office
Earlier this month Symaga announced that it opened its office in Singapore. The goal is to stay closer to its customers in the region to give them better service.
Symaga has reached an agreement with SCE Asia to join forces in the strategic Asia region, to respond to the growing demand for storage that is expected in the coming years. The Belgian company's headquarters in Asia is managed by Archit Newaskar.
Symaga's trajectory in this market was consolidated in 2013 with a bulk port terminal project in Indonesia. The company's most relevant installations are located in Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines and Vietnam. Over the last two years, significant projects have been added to Symaga's portfolio, including in Myanmar a new logistics terminal for a Japanese group and a wheat storage plant for one of the largest food groups in the world, Wilmar.
2019 is said to be a remarkable year for Symaga in the Asia region, with the supply of silos for the Indonesian company Batulicin, on Borneo island, and a storage plant for Charoen Pokphand in Thailand, among others.
SCE Asia is said to be a perfect fit and complements the Symaga portfolio with their leading global storage building solutions. Both companies share the same values - trust, responsibility, commitment and humility - offering reliable storage solutions for Asian agribusiness, with the highest quality standards, at competitive prices and with a closer service.