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SATO opens representative office in Philippines
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Apr '14
SATO Asia Pacific, a leader in barcode printing, labelling and EPC/RFID solutions, announced the official opening of its representative office in Manila, Philippines.
 
SATO offers an extensive range of barcode and RFID solutions ranging from hardware (thermal printers, scanners, hand labelers), software, consumables (labels, tickets, tags, wristbands, ribbons) to maintenance services which cater to a myriad of industries including Manufacturing, Transport and Logistics, Healthcare, Retail and more.
 
Recognizing that the Philippines is one of the fastest growing economies in Asia, SATO has decided to expand its global network of offices across more than 20 countries, by establishing a representative office in the Philippines.
 
“Since 2004, SATO has started building its presence in the Philippines by establishing a network of business partners to reach out to the market. We are confident that the establishment of our representative office would help us better understand our customers’ needs which would in turn benefit our customers greatly as we will be able to not only bring our superior products and solutions to them faster but also provide them solutions that bring greater value to their businesses. 
 
“We hope that by being closer to our customers, this will also help SATO further strengthen our foothold in this rapidly developing country.” said Lim Yee, Managing Director, SATO Asia Pacific Pte. Ltd.
 
According to Nobutaka Kobayashi, Chief Representative Officer of SATO Asia Pacific Philippines Representative Office, “Over the past years, we’ve established great collaborative relationships with our business partners. By setting up a representative office in the Philippines, we will be able to provide better and timelier support to our partners in catering to the market. 
 
“We also hope that with a local presence in the Philippines, we will be able to better cater to the diverse AIDC needs across the different industries and be able to contribute towards the country’s economy.” 
 

SATO


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