Dayton-based Stratacache has opened a 15,000-square-foot warehouse and logistics center in the Tampines Industrial Crescent in Singapore.
“This new facility significantly contributes to the global delivery capability of Stratacache’s marketing technology solutions and further demonstrates Stratacache’s commitment to support high-rate growth clients in the expansive Asia-Pacific region,” the company said in a release this week.
The facility is near the company’s Asia-Pacific headquarters and its 250,000-square-foot production facility in Ningbo, China.
The Dayton company designs and builds digital signs, augmented and virtual reality products, sensors and much more in the arena of marketing and customer-facing technology.
Operations in the new facility will include software testing, builds of media players and commercial grade tablets, integration of the company’s outdoor displays and a regional service and configuration center to support the company’s ten Asia-Pacific sales offices outside China.
“Continuing to build a local execution capability is vital to our growth plan of our global footprint and exceeding our customers’ expectations when partnering with Stratacache to bring advanced consumer experiences to market,” said Manish Kumar, the company’s managing director and senior vice president of Asia-Pacific operations.
In the past year, Kumar has overseen such Stratacache milestones like the debut of retail technology concepts at Retail Asia Expo, the expansion of India and Asia-Pacific operations, acquisition of computing and commercial tablet company, re-branded Scala China and more.
“It’s an exciting time for the growth of our business in Asia,” Chris Riegel, Stratacache chief executive and founder, said in his company’s statement. “There are 1 billion consumers entering the middle class in India, China, Indonesia and Malaysia. The suite of Stratacache technologies brings an extremely powerful way for retailers and brands to create customer experiences while improving their financial performance.”
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