Samsung Opens LCD Service Center in Hong Kong
May 17, 2005
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Korean appliance maker Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. announced the opening of its new LCD service center in Hong Kong. Samsung said the Hong Kong center will serve the local market, as well as other areas in South China and Southeast Asia. The 2,500-sq-m Samsung Hong Kong LCD Service Center is located in Sha Tin. It can handle 6,000 items per month.

At the opening ceremony, president of Samsung Electronics HK Co. Ltd. BJ Chung said that the establishment of the service center in Hong Kong demonstrated the company's long-term commitment to using the city as a base to serve the region. Mr. Chung explained the strategic importance of the center to the company's business development. He said there was rising demand in the global LCD market.

"We are selling around 10,000 40-in and larger panels per month around the world. As the key market player, Samsung Electronics is committed to providing top standard after-sales services to our customers," he said. "Our new service center in Hong Kong will play an important role in enhancing our quality and shortening the turnaround time for our services. This will strengthen our overall competitiveness in the region," Mr. Chung said.

In addition to Korea and Hong Kong, Samsung Electronics operates LCD service centers in U.S., Britain, Japan, as well as some other regions around the globe. (Xinhuanet, China View)

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