Brother Philippines expands its Cebu operations

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04:41 PM December 4th, 2017

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December 4th, 2017 04:41 PM

Brother Managing Director of ASEAN Operations for Philippines, Thailand, Cambodia and Vietnam, Takao Shima (left) and Brother Philippines President Glenn Hocson lead the ribbon cutting ceremony of Brother Phils.’ Cebu extension office. [CDN Photo | Caryll Arcayan]

Brother International Philippines, a leader in home and business IT solutions, expands its Cebu extension office at the first level of Mahogany Place, Pope John Paul II Avenue, Mabolo to accommodate its growing team and client base.

The new headquarters functions as a service and repair center with a product display counter, reception area for clients and training rooms for Brother’s growing staff.

“Brother Philippines has been operating in Cebu for years now and business has been doing very well. We’re very happy that we’re opening a new and bigger workspace to accommodate our growing team in Cebu that will help Brother Philippines stand by its commitment to always be ‘At Your Side,’” says Glenn Hocson, president of Brother Philippines.

Brother Philippines’ head office is located in Bonifacio Global City, Taguig, with extension offices in Cebu, Davao, Cagayan de Oro, Pampanga, Naga, and a new office opening in Iloilo very soon.

The Brother group, established in Japan in 1908, delivers products and services to customers all over the world, with manufacturing and sales facilities in 44 countries and regions. While its sales subsidiary, Brother Philippines, was established in 2000 and offers products and services with expertise in a wide range of fields such as printing and solutions, home and embroidery sewing machines, labelers, and scanners.

For more information visit www.brother.com.ph or follow Brother on Facebook: Facebook.com/BROTHERatyourside, Twitter: @BROTHERPhils; and Instagram: @BrotherPhils. [Caryll Arcayan]

 

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