Second subsidiary in China

FRITSCH Milling and Sizing progresses forward: besides the subsidiary in the Chinese capital Beijing, now an office was opened in Shanghai. Since decades FRITSCH is involved in international markets and also in the Chinese market. In order to serve the growing customer base in a continuative, flexible, and customer oriented manner a subsidiary was founded directly in Shanghai. Two markets at once will be managed from Shanghai: The South Chinese market as well as Hong Kong which is only 120 km away.

End of 2013, barely a year after the opening of the subsidiary in Beijing, the official opening ceremony for the office in Shanghai was held (Fig.). FRITSCH employees Li Xiao, Diels Ding and Sala Bian welcomed customers from economy, research as well as employees and FRITSCH partners. At the beginning of the opening ceremony Mr. Sala Bian introduced important guests and FRITSCH customers and declared the FRITSCH subsidiary in Shanghai as officially opened. The medium-term plans include that one to two additional FRITSCH offices will be created in China.

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