Roeslein enters Chinese market
US-based Roeslein & Associates, systems integrator in the two-piece container industry, has officially opened a new engineering and manufacturing facility in China.
Roeslein China operations comprises of a brand new, 3,000 square metre facility located 30 minutes from the Shanghai Pudong International Airport.
Roeslein’s ability to provide local engineering and manufacturing of their unitized/pre-assembled project approach demonstrates Roeslein’s continuing commitment to their China and Pacific Rim customers.
After two years of planning, Roeslein took occupancy of the new facility on 15 December 2010 to signify the beginning of the company’s operations in China. There will be a formal grand opening ceremony in March 2011.
The new organisation will be staffed with local engineering resources and local manufacturing resources augmented by Roeslein staff from both the US and European offices to insure they maintain the quality control and operational standards which have contributed to the company’s track record of success.
“It has been 25 years since we provided the first unitized and pre-assembled systems into Guangzhou for Ball/MC Packaging. Those early unitized systems answered the needs of our US based customers to reduce the uncertainty and risks posed by unknown implementation infrastructures,” comments CEO, Rudi Roeslein (pictured).
“With our Unitized Systems we were able to guarantee the cost, schedule and quality and allowing us to provide world class performance without depending on the unknown local infrastructures. Local infrastructure will now be deployed through collaboration with our engineering and process know how to guarantee the same level of quality and performance our customers have come to expect from Roeslein managed projects. We look forward to the exerting challenges of this market place and the next 25 years of serving our customers.”