Apex Supply Chain Technologies Ltd has expanded its presence in Europe with a new headquarters in the Midlands to better serve its growing customer base.
An official opening ceremony was held at Apex House, the company’s new facility which is located in Hartlebury, Worcestershire, on Wednesday for customers, area dignitaries, industry partners and employees.
More than double the size of its previous UK footprint, Apex House is a 46,000 square-foot facility bringing together employees from
Central to this facility is a purpose-built, 3,750 square-foot Technology Centre, featuring the latest Apex solutions for demonstrations and ample meeting space for customer training.
It also promotes collaboration across employees, customers and partners.
Julian Adams, CEO of Apex Supply Chain Technologies, said: “By investing in a larger footprint at a single location for our European operations, Apex is positioned to deliver even greater value to our customers.
“As our customers and prospects see the positive impact self-serve automation has on operational processes, Apex can more easily meet their changing needs.”
Apex established a UK presence in 2011. Since then, it has expanded the application of self-serve, automation technology to a set of industry sectors as diverse as retail, restaurants, foodservice, warehousing, logistics, and industrial manufacturing.
Apex provides self-serve automation technology for use in a variety of industries with solutions that track billions of transactions to help thousands of customers worldwide improve operational processes while decreasing costs and increasing productivity.
From its new European headquarters in Hartlebury, Apex will be able to serve the wider EU community.
Apex also has offices in Australia, Germany, South America, Poland and its world headquarters are in Mason, Ohio USA.
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