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Eaton continues Asia expansion with new Singapore office

18 Aug 2017

Eaton has surpassed another milestone in its expansion in Asia with the inauguration of its new office in Singapore.

The power management company’s new office will house 200 employees and joins its six existing offices.

Eaton will also invest in the construction of a new customer experience center.

“Eaton is committed to Singapore. It is a focus market and a strategic business hub for us,” says Revathi Advaithi, chief operating officer, Electrical Sector.

“The country’s business-friendly environment and drive for innovation provide a strategic backdrop for investment and growth, both locally and in the wider ASEAN region.”

Advaithi adds, “With decades of expertise and a deep understanding of the Asian markets, Eaton continues to strengthen its presence in the region.”

“We are now well positioned to provide businesses in Singapore and the ASEAN region with advanced power management technologies and services tailored to the Asian business environment.”

Jimmy Yam, vice president, Sales, East Asia, Eaton, says, “Mega-trends like Industry 4.0, tropical data centers and green energy storage sources are on the rise. For Eaton, the core purpose of our business is to consistently offer solutions to new and emerging energy management challenges driven by these trends.”

“One such solution is the Smart Grid, which effectively distributes electrical power across homes, buildings and factories, providing a safer and more reliable power distribution network.”

Eaton is a power management company specializing in power distribution and circuit protection; backup power protection; control and automation; lighting and security; structural solutions and wiring devices and solutions for harsh and hazardous environments; and engineering services.

Beyond electrical, the company also provides vehicle, aerospace and hydraulics products.   

Headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, Eaton has approximately 95,000 employees and sells products to customers in more than 175 countries.

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