Leading industrial silos manufacturers Symaga partners SCE Asia to open Singapore Office

ASIA – Symaga, a leading manufacturer of Industrial silos has partnered with SCE Asia to open a new office in Asia’s leading Technopolis Singapore.

Symaga said that with the new office, it will be able to be closer with its customers and thus able to provide them with the services they need in the shortest period possible.

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Symaga’s trajectory in this market was consolidated in 2013 with its project to establish the first bulk port terminal in Indonesia.

Fast forward to 2019 Symaga achieved another important milestone in Asia after it won a contract to supply silos to the Indonesian company Batulicin, on Borneo island.

The same year, Symaga supplied a storage plant for Charoen Pokphan in Thailand, a brewery for San Miguel in Santa Rosa, a rice plant in Palembang for PT Buyung, and a flour mill for PT Wilmar Nabati to be installed on the island of Java.

To sustainably manage this growth, Symaga has now sets up a physical office, which will allow it to understand and better respond to the needs of the region.

SCE Asia on its has an impressive portfolio of leading global storage building solutions and has a great understanding of the Asia market, something which Symaga can leverage on.

Since 2013, SCE Asia has for instance continued to expand its customer footprint in the Asia-Pacific region with multiple stakeholders to supply modular silo-integrated process buildings, which is our primary area of business & expertise.

In addition to its executed project base in all major ASEAN economies, the company has recently supplied storage solutions to Indonesia’s top flour producer, the region’s premier coffee products company and a top regional feed miller in the Philippines.

SCE said in a statement that hrough the partnership, “the companies will be better equipped to engage with customers to provide seamless storage solutions across the value chain process from storage to finished product across the spectrum of feed & food processing industries.”

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