Easy-Laser expands with new office in South East Asia
Easy-Laser AB, the world leader in laser shaft alignment and geometric measurement equipment, has announced the startup of their new office in Singapore.
As Easy-Laser continues to grow, organizational changes are implemented to better serve the reliability community and its customers. Working closely with all of the current Easy-Laser partners in the region, local sales channels will remain in place.
- Some people might think that we are crazy to push forward with these types of investments in the wake of a global pandemic, but we have seen a massive demand for our products and knowledge in this region. The growth potential is there, and we are proud to setup our very own support structure in the region, better servicing our customers, says Mikael Terner, COO at Easy-Laser.
In April, Sven Fleischer, a 20-year industry veteran joined the Easy-Laser APAC office in Singapore. Mr. Fleischer holds a degree in electrical engineering, a Certified Reliability Leader (CRL), Certified Vibration Analyst, ISO Category III and an Asset Reliability Practitioner Category II (ISO 18436). Mr. Fleischer brings more than 20 years of experience into the newly established Easy-Laser APAC office in Singapore, where the last ten years working based out of Singapore.
- We are very pleased to have attracted the talent and knowledge in industry veteran Sven Fleischer with this investment. He adds a wealth of knowledge to the group and is able to hit the ground running as he has been active in the reliability community in South East Asia since 2010, says Silje Langhelle, Sales Manager at Easy-Laser.
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