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Sacmi Focuses on Russia with New Office

April 16, 2002
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Sacmi has doubled its efforts to meet the needs of Russian producers with the inauguration of a new Sacmi Moscow branch. Sacmi Moscow covers an area of some 300 m2 and deals with everything from the production of individual machines and complete turnkey plants to technology and engineering -- catering to the needs of tile, sanitaryware and refractory producers throughout the Russian Federation. Cutting-edge IT allows rapid transfer of data and information, plus direct processing of customer-requested plant layouts. A new warehouse where customers can purchase readily available customs-cleared spare parts with local currency is scheduled to open soon; subsequently, a workshop for the production and overhaul of punches will be set up. Finally, new offices will house a Moscow-based branch of ITALIANSPED (Sacmi Group), which will be handling logistics, road, rail and sea transport from Italy to the Russian Federation.

Michele Pulpito is the sales and operations manager of the new branch, which is located at 121048 Moscow, Efremova St. 14, Russian Federation. Call (7) 095 9673971-3972, fax (7) 095 9673970 or e-mail sacmimoscow@sacmi.ru for more information.

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