Edgetech I. G. Inc. sets up European Subsidiary

Date: 6 February 2004
Source: Edgetech
In addition to Edgetech´s commitment to the European market they are now showing even more presence – Edgetech sets up a new subsidiary based in Neuss, Germany.Edgetech Europe Ltd. takes the place of the former general agency.

Torsten Keemss, who has been General Agent for Continental Europe, now becomes Managing Director. “We have been active in Europe for one and a half years now and have been very successful. By establishing the new company, Edgetech emphasizes its declared goal to expand Europe as an important pillar”, states Keemss on the occasion of his appointment as the new European Director.

As of the rapid expansion of Edgetech Europe, it was also necessary to move to a new location. “Now all requirements are set up for further growth in Europe”, says Keemss.

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