The new, approximately 650-square-meter warehouse is located in the same building as the sales office. The facility’s logistics management system and level of performance are in line with German standards. By founding Rutronik Singapore, the company aims to optimize product availability and distribution for Asian customers. This means better logistics support for the local customer base, since the company will be able to shorten lead times thanks to strong support from local suppliers.
The location will be able to operate more independently of the headquarters in Germany in order to facilitate rapid and cost-effective business processes in the ASEAN group of countries, which includes Thailand, Singapore, Malaysia, Vietnam, the Philippines, Indonesia, and India. A total of 22 employees work for Rutronik Singapore, seven of whom are based in Thailand, two in India, and one directly in Malaysia. They are backed by the marketing and logistics team in Singapore.
Significant Growth Potential in the ASEAN Region
“Growth rates in Asia are highly dynamic, which is why the market there is extremely important to us. We have responded to this by founding Rutronik Singapore. We want to offer our local partners even more efficient, direct support and thus participate in the region’s growth. Our long-term strategic planning is also focused on India. With over 1.3 billion citizens, the country is the second most populous in the world after China, meaning it has tremendous economic potential. We are keeping a close eye on developments there so that we can react accordingly,” says Els Seah, General Manager South East Asia at Rutronik.
Rutronik Elektronische Bauelemente GmbH
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