Market-leading Warehouse Management Systems specialist ATMS Group - has strengthened its global presence by opening its Asia Pacific regional headquarters in Singapore.
The company has offices in Dalian, China and in Dubai and is now looking to develop the South East Asia market.
Stephen Cross, managing director of ATMS Group, said: We are making exceptional progress in the Asia Pacific area and have seen our China office go from strength to strength. We are delighted to announce the opening of our regional headquarters in Singapore and show our commitment to developing this market further.
We are a leader in the Warehouse Management Systems market in the UK, where we have been for more than 20 years, and it has been our goal to achieve the same globally since entering the overseas market four years ago.
The office, which is based in the heart of the city of Singapore, will offer locally based customer support and training, and a dedicated implementation and development team whose role it is to help customers integrate ATMS market leading StockTrack PLUS into their warehouses, as well as develop localised modules.
Terry Malone, business development director for ATMS in Singapore, said: We decided to open the office in Singapore in order to meet growing demand from our customers in the Middle East and Europe who are building their logistics capabilities in Asia.
We have a great deal of experience in providing localised modules through close collaboration with our customers. This process is on-going and we will invite our Singapore customers to join our development programme so we can continue to help improve efficiency and drive down costs in their warehousing and supply chain operations.
ATMS is one of the leading WMS providers in the Middle East region and customers include leaders in third party logistics, manufacturing and distribution including ABX Logistics, Gulf Warehousing, Stiller Group, Walkers Snack Foods and Gillette.
The ATMS Group has offices in the UK, China, UAE, Singapore and Belgium, with partners in North America, Saudi Arabia, and the Republic of Ireland.