AVEVA Opens New Office in Helsinki, Finland

(Press Release)
Tuesday, July 17, 2012

AVEVA (LSE:AVV), has announced it has opened a new office in Helsinki, Finland to support its growing presence in the country and to maximise business opportunities in the power generation industry.

The office will offer sales and support for all AVEVA’s products and solutions in both the plant and marine sectors.

“AVEVA already has a strong position in the Finnish market so we understand that the demands from these customers are different than those from the other Nordic countries”, Helmut Schuller, Senior Vice President- Central and North EMEA, AVEVA. “This expansion will allow us to address the unique market requirements in Finland by offering local service and support capabilities, as well as strengthening our presence across the Northern European region. We are particularly interested in developing new opportunities in Finland’s growing power sector while continuing to serve those customers in our other core markets such as oil & gas, marine, paper & pulp and mining & metals. Finland is an important territory for us and we look forward to welcoming many customers to our new premises.”

Richard Longdon, CEO, AVEVA added, “AVEVA continues to invest significantly in our long-term growth strategy. The new office in Helsinki is a perfect example of how we are expanding our geographic footprint to provide better local service for our customers and create new channels for our business. In recent months we have opened a number of new offices in fast growing markets like Latin America, but also in well-established areas including Europe. We are very positive about the prospects for our business and will continue to expand our global presence to meet our growth targets.”

AVEVA has over 50 customers in Finland including major owner operators and EPCs.

The new office address is:
AVEVA AB
Äyritie 8A (Alto- building)
FI-01510
Vantaa
FINLAND

Sales Tel: +358 (0)45 304 6050
Sales email: sales.no@aveva.com
Training email: training.no@aveva.com

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