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Siemon Co sets up offices in India

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NEW DELHI: The Siemon Company, a manufacturer of network cabling systems, on Wednesday announced the setting up of its service and support offices in India.

"India is a strategic market considering our long-term plan for the Asia-Pacific region. Siemon offers a comprehensive array of cabling solutions to support the Indian market and with the new offices we will now be able to locally support our enterprise customers around the country," Mr Rajesh Kumar, Country Manager, The Siemon Company, said in a statement.

After establishing a head office in New Delhi recently, Siemon has also set up a branch office in Bangalore. The two offices would provide support to the existing customer. The company would also be appointing more retailers in each of the major market geographies, the statement added.

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