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Rockwell Automation opens offices in Hungary, Romania

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Rockwell Automation, one of the largest automation firms in the world, opened two new offices in Budapest and Bucharest (in Romania), as a step towards expanding business operations in Central Eastern Europe, according to a press release issued today.

The company has carried out operations in the region for years from their headquarters in Prague, Peter Rozek, sales director responsible for Hungary and Romania said. The company aims to further serve the industry and customers of these two markets, he added. 

“The expansion of the company makes it possible for companies to receive the best service in the region,” Reto Berner, sales director responsible for the CEE region, said. He noted that the company aims to support clients to become and stay competitive in the global market.

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