August 14, 2018
The company has published details of its three new locations opened this year, bringing its total to nearly thirty.
Armor’s Colombian branch was officially opened in July of this year, which was described at the time by the company’s CEO as “a further step in the group’s co-industrialisation model, which is the reverse of offshoring.”
Armor has also celebrated the opening of new premises in Eurasia and East Africa this year, with an announcement on its LinkedIn page celebrating the company’s new opportunity to help customers “directly ,inside Colombia, Turkey and Kenya!”
Armor CEO and President Hubert de Boisredon said he was “proud of Armor teams who demonstrate that a middle-sized industrial company can become a worldwide leader in its technology.”
“Armor’s aim is to serve its worldwide thermal transfer ribbons customers in the most efficient way wherever they are located,” de Boisredon continued. “Being now present with industrial facilities in Colombia, Turkey and Kenya opens new possibilities for enhanced service to our current and future customers in the Andean region, in East Africa and Turkey.”
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