AVEVA Opens Office in Wroclaw, Poland

(Press Release)
Friday, May 04, 2012

AVEVA announced it has opened a new office in Wroclaw, Poland. Serving the Polish market, the office will offer sales and support for all of AVEVA ’s solutions and consulting services.


“Poland is a growing market with many chemical, petrochemical and power plants”, commented Helmut Sch uller, Senior Vice President- Central and North EMEA, AVEVA. “Poland has an excellent pool of highly skilled engineers and is very competitive so it’s no surprise that more engineering projects are coming into the market. EPCs are growing and asking for reliable 3D design and engineering solutions and owner operators are seeking strategies for plant lifecycle management. There isn ’t a better time for AVEVA to establish a Polish base for sales and support across this region.”
 
Hans van der Drift, Executive Vice President - Sales, AVEVA added, “We work with some of the biggest names in Poland. Our software is used by many EPCs and owner operators. As these companies grow and optimise plant performance, it’s vital that we have a local presence in order to fully engage with our customers and understand their needs. We look forward to welcoming many new customers from Poland to the AVEVA World Community.” AVEVA Poland supports over 30 customers in the oil & gas, power and chemical industries.
 

The new office address is:


AVEVA GmbH
Minska 54-56
54-610 Wroclaw
Poland
Sales Tel: +48 71 3593 361
Sales Fax: +48 71 3593 362
Sales email: stefan.dzielendziak@aveva.com
Support email (Plant): support.poland@aveva.com
Support email (Marine): support.poland.marine@aveva.com

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