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Printec opens Czech Republic subsidiary

26 May 2009  |  1709 views  |  0 Source: Printec Group

Printec Group of Companies, committed to its strategic decision for geographic expansion, announces the opening of its 15th subsidiary in South Eastern Europe, Printec Czech Republic.

The new subsidiary has been announced during the Czech Bank Card Association meeting that took place in Pisek, Czech Republic on May 20th-21st. Jan Podolsky, General Manager of Printec Czech Republic, made the official announcement of the new company which will provide the local market with the premium-level of products and services that the Group offers together with its partners.

"Our new subsidiary in Czech Republic marks our entrance in one of the most challenging markets in South Eastern Europe. This move is fully aligned with our strategic orientation to constant geographic expansion," said Harris Konstantinou, Chairman & CEO of Printec Group. "Our company has always developed innovative products and services, based on high quality technical expertise and know how. This new subsidiary proves our commitment to provide the local market with reliable solutions and the necessary infrastructure in order to meet our customers' most demanding requirements. Our successful presence in the region during the last twenty years as well as the implementation of projects has made our company the partner of choice for major organisations in the region."

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