Force Technology to build new Singapore centre

Singapore will become the new centre of the Force Technology activities in Asia and must be built up to incorporate most business areas.

Photo: Hapag-Lloyd

Another important company from the Danish maritime cluster is choosing Singapore in its future Asian expansion. Following a time of a project presence in the small island state, Force Technology is looking to establish an office which will become the new Asian headquarters and which will furthermore incorporate most of the Danish company’s business areas.

So far, the company’s simulator training has been the reason behind the presence in Singapore but now, Force Technology has taken its first steps towards establishing more of its business areas. A couple of months ago, the company’s test area (e.g. drill rig tests) was established, and the next expansion might well be within welding.

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