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Maverick Technologies opens regional HQ in Singapore
COLUMBIA, Ill. — Maverick Technologies, a global engineering, systems integration and operational consulting firm, announced today that it has begun operations in Singapore. The business will operate as Maverick Technologies (Singapore) Pte. Ltd. The new operation is located at the heart of ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations), allowing Maverick to support U.S.-based companies with locations in Singapore and throughout the Asia/Pacific market. Paul J. Galeski, P.E., CAP, Maverick's CEO and founder, and Mark Hall, Maverick president of global business, will oversee the Asia/Pacific operations.
“Expanding our international presence to the Asia/Pacific region aligns our operational capabilities with the growth strategies of our clients,” said Hall. “With this development, Maverick Technologies becomes the leading one-stop, comprehensive systems integration source to meet all our clients’ needs.”
Maverick Technologies’ reach into the Asia/Pacific market represents the next step in the company's carefully constructed global expansion strategy to leverage proven project methodologies, best practices, quality processes and program management capabilities on the worldwide stage. “At the center of our efforts remains our core competencies of industrial automation, engineering services and enterprise solutions,” said Galeski. “By maintaining our focus, the infrastructure is in place to meet our clients' needs and deliver long-term support in the Asia/Pacific region.”
Further support for the global expansion effort will come from existing Global System Integrators Alliance (GSIA) member operations, including ZI-ARGUS, in Thailand, the Philippines, Indonesia and Australia. Mr. Galeski expects Maverick Technologies to be especially active in the Asia / Pacific market with projects in oil and gas, chemical, food and beverage, and life sciences.
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