A new European subsidiary and a fourth international office located in Nyon, Switzerland, have been opened by ABC Amega. ‘As a company with a global outlook, it’s time to add Europe to our base of offices. We’ve serviced clients and built relationships in the region for a number of years,’ said ABC-Amega’s CEO, David I. Herer. The Switzerland office will complement the firm’s presence in the US and Asia. Its centralized location will allow it to service the whole of Europe, as well as the Middle East and Africa, according to the organisation. William Bastiaan has been named managing director of European operations.
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