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"Even closer to our customers"

Shanghai/China, Remscheid/Germany, June 11, 2020 – After more than eight years in the Intercontinental Business Center on Yutong Road in Shanghai, China, the Manmade Fibers segment has now opened a new sales and service office in the metropolis of millions near the international airport in Hongqiao and the National Exhibition and Convention Center (NECC).

"Even closer to our customers"
"Even closer to our customers"
"Even closer to our customers"

Caption 1: Google Maps shows how close the sales office of Oerlikon's Manmade Fibers segment has now come to Hongqiao International Airport.

Caption 2+3: This building is now home to the employees of Oerlikon's Manmade Fibers segment: The Place, Tower A, 100 Zunyi Road, Changning District, Shanghai China 200051.

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Oerlikon Manmade Fibers opens new sales and service office in Shanghai, China

The Manmade Fibers segment in China now officially operates under the following address:

Oerlikon (China) Technology Co. Ltd.
Shanghai Branch
RM1208-1210, Tower A, The Place, 
100 Zunyi Road, Changning District
Shanghai China 200051

The main reason for the change from Yutong Road to the new address on Zunyi Road was the logistical aspects in a city that has had to cope with increasingly heavy traffic in recent years. "Now we are even closer to our customers," explains Wang Jun, Oerlikon China President. The proximity to Hongqiao airport and the Hongqiao railway station with its high-speed trains will provide the sales and service staff with even better infrastructure connections.

Furthermore, the local repositioning also takes into account the changes within the Oerlikon Group. "The divestments made within the Oerlikon Group in recent years have now led to a reorganization here in Shanghai. Today, Oerlikon's business activities in China focus exclusively on the segments Manmade Fibers and Surface Solutions incl. Additive Manufacturing. The time had come to set up the best possible infrastructure for optimum customer service for both business segments," continues Wang Jun. In addition, in the age of digitalization, sales and service employees in China are increasingly able to work from home. All of this has now led to a changed, adapted and, last but not least, cost-optimized reorganization.

For further information, please contact:

André Wissenberg

André Wissenberg

Marketing, Corporate Communications & Public Affairs

James Li

Marketing, Corporate Communications & Public Affairs

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