The Swiss manufacturer of ultra-automatic espresso machines says the new office will allow for more effective collaboration with operators
Eversys says its business in the vast Asia Pacific (APAC) region has grown 150% in the past few months. Photo credit: Eversys
Switzerland’s Eversys has opened a new regional office in Singapore to increase its presence in the Southeast Asian, Korean and Japanese markets.
The Sierre-based company says its business in the vast Asia Pacific (APAC) region has grown 150% in the past few months, driven by several global clients expanding in the region. increase.
In a press release, Eversys said the new Singapore office will meet the growing demand for ultra-automatic coffee machines in Southeast Asia, South Korea and Japan, where many coffee and hospitality businesses are growing rapidly.
world coffee portal research expects significant store growth in most Southeast Asian branded coffee shop markets over the next few years, with Indonesia and Cambodia expected to see double-digit growth.
The new office will also enable Eversys to better serve its Korean and Japanese customers.
world coffee portal forecasts the South Korean branded coffee shop market to exceed 30,600 stores by 2025, while Japan is expected to reach 9,180 stores.
Eversys’ existing Shanghai office, which will open in 2022, will continue to serve the Chinese market, including Hong Kong and Taiwan.
“The Singapore facility will allow us to expand our presence closer to the region’s fastest developing coffee market. said Christian Haueter, Eversys commercial director.
Our Marina Bay area offices are located on DeLonghi’s existing premises.Italian home appliance manufacturer Acquired Eversys $164 million in May 2021.
Eversys also announced Fabian Fredricksson as its new Regional Director for Asia Pacific.
“I am very honored to be appointed APAC Regional Director of Eversys. said.
December 2022 Eversys has opened a regional office in Dubai, United Arab Emirates.and strengthen customer relationships across the Middle East, India and North Africa (MEIA) region.
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