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tna strengthens Asia operations with new Thailand office

04 July 2014

Global packaging and processing solutions specialist, tna, has further expanded its operations in Asia with the opening of a new office in Bangkok, Thailand. 

The move forms part of tna’s global expansion strategy and confirms the company’s commitment to this dynamic region, while reinforcing its leadership position within the international packaging and processing industries.

The Bangkok office will host tna sales, project management and service teams and will enable the company to better serve its growing number of customers, both locally in Thailand and across Asia. tna’s on-the-ground team will also be able to closely monitor market trends and activity across the region, facilitating the development of new, region-specific technology to better respond to local needs.

Paul Webster will be leading the office as general manager for Asia. With ten years’ experience in a variety of roles honing his skills as an expert salesman, his knowledge of the industry and tna’s complete systems will be invaluable in driving sales in the region. Previously regional sales manager, Australia at tna, Paul and his team will use their expertise to further establish the company in the Asian market. He will oversee all aspects of tna’s Asian operations, including sales, customer service and support to grow the company’s activities and better serve its customers.

Commenting on his appointment, Paul said, “I’m thrilled to be taking this next step in my career at tna. Asia represents a significant market for tna and I’m pleased to be supporting our operations in the region. My previous experience will help me to connect with customers and maximise the company’s sales potential. The role of general manager for Asia is great opportunity for me personally, and I’m looking forward to the new challenge.”

Michael Green, managing director, tna, adds, “This new office allows us to bolster the exceptional levels of service that we’re renowned for globally. tna customers in this region will instantly benefit from the ease of contact with our in-house experts, a fast response to any queries and enhanced regional support, as well as the flexibility to meet their specific requirements. Paul has already proved himself to be a great asset to tna through his impressive technical knowledge and dedication to customer service; we’re delighted that he is heading up our new office.” 


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