DKSH relocates to new office space in Shanghai

06 February 2024 13:54

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Zurich/Shanghai - DKSH China Technology has opened a new office in Shanghai. The strategically chosen location is situated in the Caohejing High-Tech Development Zone. This move aims to strengthen the market presence of DKSH, a Zurich-based services and trading group, in China.

DKSH China Technology has announced that it has relocated to new office space in a more contemporary and inclusive workspace in Shanghai. This move reflects the company’s commitment to entrepreneurial responsibility and ensures environmentally conscious business operations, as detailed in a press release.

“This move represents a strategic step to solidify our market position and align ourselves with a high-tech hub that mirrors our commitment to innovation and sustainability. The new workspace is designed to foster collaboration, providing our team with an environment that promotes creativity and productivity”, comments Jeff Ouyang, Managing Director of Technology, DKSH China, in the press release.

According to information from DKSH, the modern office space is designed in such a way that it promotes a collaborative working environment, encourages cross-functional teamwork and supports the exchange of ideas. The new location embodies DKSH China Technology’s commitment to offering its employees an excellent working environment as well as the company’s transition towards a more innovative, sustainable and collaborative future, the press release explains further.

The Caohejing Hi-Tech Park, located in southwest Shanghai, is a state-level economic and technological development zone, a high-tech industrial zone and a national export processing zone, as the new location is described by the IASP (International Association of Science Parks and Areas of Innovation). Covering an area of 14.28 square kilometers, the park is home to 3,600 national and international companies, including 500 with foreign investment and 126 high-tech enterprises. ce/gba 

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