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February 21st, 2012
AVEVA Expands in Korea

“This new office, in particular the product training centre, enables AVEVA to offer a better service to our customers”, said EunJoo Park, Senior Executive Vice President of Korea and Japan division, AVEVA. “We can vastly increase the number of participants at this new training centre, as well as host more meetings. AVEVA has had offices in Korea for over ten years. In this time we have seen an increased demand for trained users in AVEVA products and solutions across the Plant and Marine industries. We are proud to be able to continue to demonstrate and strengthen our support and commitment to the Korean market”.

In addition, AVEVA also operates the Marine Technology & Service Centre (MTSC) in Busan, Korea. The role of the MTSC is to provide engineering and research & development support.