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ROSEN celebrates Malaysian office opening

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On Thursday 20 July 2017, the ROSEN Group celebrated the grand opening of its brand-new offices in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

ROSEN celebrates Malaysian office opening

150 invited guests, including customers and business partners, attended the event. Visitors and hosts alike were able to enjoy a traditional Lion Dance, which added much to the allover festive atmosphere.

In his following opening speech, Floris Verhagen, Vice President Business Collaboration ROSEN Asia Pacific, thanked all guests for their appearance and good collaboration in past and current projects. He said that “based on mutual trust and great teamwork, horizons are broadened and new opportunities created.” He went on to declare that, like in the past, ROSEN will continue to invest in local talent as well as in innovation and technology.

Once the opening formalities were over, the visitors seized the chance to mingle and attend the Technology Update Sessions, in which ROSEN experts demonstrated and explained the company’s latest technological developments. A special treat was the opportunity to try out a virtual reality system and learn about the role of VR in the context of digital business transformation.

The event ended with a grand buffet to celebrate SEA Raya, the end of Ramadan.

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