C3Teknoloji named new SIPLACE sales partner in Turkey
To expand its sales and service activities in Turkey, the global SIPLACE team has selected C3Teknoloji, a strong partner with lots of experience in the region. C3Teknoloji, which is headquartered in the Turkish capital Ankara, has accumulated ten years of experience by working closely with a wide range of regional electronics manufacturers.
C3Teknoloji’s top executives Necdet Ozyonum and Halil Erdogan bring many years of expertise in the electronics industry to their respective positions. With locations in Ankara and Istanbul, C3Teknoloji will be able to keep in close contact with local SIPLACE customers.
Ralph Potter, who is in charge of Global SIPLACE Sales, was very pleased with the selection: "We view Turkey as a future growth market and are convinced to have found in C3Teknoloji the right partner for significantly increasing our activities in Turkey. We are confident that our current SIPLACE users in the country will be pleased as well, because with such a strong partner we will be able to meet their requirements even better than before."
C3Teknologji general managers Halil Erdogan and Necdet Ozyonum added: "We are the experts for the Turkish market with extremely good relationships and know-how in electronics production. We are confident that together with the SIPLACE team we will be a very successful full-range provider of hardware, software and services in the Turkish market."
Siemens Electronics Assembly Systems is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Siemens’s Drive Technologies Division, which is part of Siemens’s Industry Sector.
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