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Schenck Process increases presence in South-East Asia

Schenck Process increases presence in South-East Asia

New site opened in Jakarta, Indonesia

Darmstadt/Jakarta 02 May 2013 – Schenck Process is continuing on the right track for global growth and has founded a brand new location in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta. This step is a continuation of the Darmstadt-based company’s thirty-year history of maintaining representative offices in the region and will now provide considerable impetus to Scheck Process’ market presence in this fast-growing region. The establishment of a Schenck Process location in Indonesia will continue to optimise the company’s proximity to customers in the region and allow new business areas to be developed. Alongside the booming steel and cement industry, where Schenck Process has been active for considerable amount of time, South-East Asia’s mining sector also has a great deal of potential. Indonesia is currently the third-largest exporter of coal and is looking to strengthen its market position even further – providing opportunities for growth which Schenck Process intends to be a part of.


About us

Schenck Process combines more than 125 years of experience with state of the art technology. As one of the global leaders in measuring and process technology, we develop innovative solutions for a wide range of industries, such as cement and steel, chemicals, plastics, food and pharmaceuticals, mining, coal-fired power plants and the process automation industries. Cutting-edge software solutions are also part of our portfolio. We are represented by a global network of locations with the support of competent partners. A perfect way to combine an international presence and regional expertise.


Facts & figures

• 3,400 employees worldwide

• Schenck Process companies in 22 countries on all 5 continents

• Over 130 agencies

• Over 30 service bases worldwide

• 22 production facilities worldwide

• Revenue of approximately 680 million Euro

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