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OSRAM expands operations in Singapore

Zafar Anjum | June 30, 2014
Moves to a new location with showroom facilities

The German light manufacturer OSRAM has opened a new office and showroom in Singapore, as part of the company's plan to scale its local operations.

The company held an opening ceremony on 27 June to marks the completion of its move from its previous location in Sin Ming to Toa Payoh North.

The company said in a statement that this new space will be home to OSRAM's local employees across business units such as lighting application engineering, technical quality assurance, regional marketing and business development etc.

The new location will also house a new showroom which will showcase OSRAM's lighting innovations.

"Having been around since 1985, the opening of the new office and showroom represents Osram's long-term commitment to Singapore and Asia," said Samuel Wu, Region Head of Asia Pacific, OSRAM. "The strategic position of the new space will support OSRAM's rapid growth in professional project lighting applications including retail, hospitality, industry, and commercial."



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