Vollmer creates 15th subsidiary in Thailand

In the Thai capital of Bangkok, saw blade sharpening specialist Vollmer has opened its 15th subsidiary under the name Vollmer Asia Pacific. The facility will serve the Southeast Asian region, primarily customers from Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Taiwan and the Philippines.

“With the founding of Vollmer Asia Pacific, we now have 15 subsidiaries worldwide and are consolidating our position as a leader in technology in the East Asian region,” says Jürgen Hauger, CEO of the Vollmer Group. “By being in closer proximity to our customers, we will be able to provide them with even more comprehensive support and even greater expertise.”

Vollmer has its headquarters in Biberach an der Riss, Germany, and has been operating in the Asian market for decades. The company opened its first Asian branch in Japan in 2000, followed by offices in China, South Korea and India.

Vollmer has been present in Thailand since 2017 through a representative office, so this dedicated subsidiary constitutes another company milestone in Southeast Asia. With a team of seven employees and the support of dealers based in the region,Andreas Weidenauer will manage the subsidiary. Weidenauer wasalready running the representative office and has more than 30 years of experience in the sector.

The market for German engineering has continued to grow in Asia. According to Vollmer, demand for its grinding machines for carbide-tipped circular saws is rising constantly in both the metalworking and woodworking industries.
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