Danish-Swedish AAK has opened customer center in Singapore

The Danish-Swedish company AAK has opened a new Customer Innovation Center in Singapore to strengthen its capabilities in the Southeast Asian market.

Torben Friis Lange, President Asia AAK Photo: AAK

With the new Customer Innovation Center, AKK wishes to expand the company’s customer’s product development in the Southeast Asian, according to Banking Business.

“With this investment, we are dedicated to support our existing regional customers and give them access to AAK’s global solutions as well as build new customer relations to further support our growth in Southeast Asia,” said Torben Friis Lange, President Asia in AAK.

The center will focus on applications within bakery, ice cream, dairy and special nutrition. It is located at Biopolis, a complex that houses research laboratories of pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies as well as public sector research institutes.

AAK, formerly known as AarhusKarlshamn, produces value-adding vegetable oils and fats. AAK has 20 different production facilities and sales offices in more than 25 countries, sales in more than 100 countries, and more than 3,000 employees. The headquarter is located in Malmö, Sweden.

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