Talurit Expands into China

Talurit AB, the pioneering company in the field of mechanical splicing of wire rope, has recently expanded its activities in Asia, by opening the Talurit Ningbo Representative OfficeThommy Andersson, CEO of Talurit AB explained, “It’s a step in the right direction for us and is consistent with our global plan for the Talurit Group. Expansion is a part of business growth and we have been fortunate to constantly increase in sales and demand, all over the world. Our new representative office in China will enable us to better serve the needs of our existing and prospective customers in this market.”

The establishment of the new office in China demonstrates the success of Talurit AB’s strategy to create business in China’s rapidly-growing market, with high potential for mechanical splicing of wire rope. “Our unique approach to this market, including offering of our customized solutions, has already started to pay off, and we believe that China will continue growing in importance and be a driver of our future sales,” continued Thommy Andersson.

Talurit AB was established in 1948 and has been the pioneering company in the field of mechanical splicing of wire ropes ever since. The parent company is home-based in Gothenburg, Sweden. There are also subsidiaries in Southern Germany and in United Kingdom. TALURIT develops, manufactures, markets and maintain equipment and systems for mechanical splicing systems for wire and wire rope fabricators worldwide. Through high standards of efficiency, safety, quality and reliability TALURIT create added value for the customers. For more information on TALURIT, visit www.talurit.com.

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