Cavitus sets the tone in Europe

Ultrasound technology company Cavitus has opened an office in Zug, Switzerland as part of an initiative to provide European customers with a local and more personalised service.

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(PRWEB UK) 27 August 2014

Cavitus Europe AG opened its doors in early August 2014 and is staffed by a team of experts including founder and Chief Technology Officer, Dr. Darren Bates and Chief Operations Officer and Managing Director of Cavitus EMEA, Tobias Leischner. Located in the heart of the central business district, the new office is the hub of all Cavitus’ European operations and provides a direct and convenient contact point for existing and potential customers.

MD Tobias Leischner commented on the move, “With an already established base of customers across the European continent, the timing was right to set up a permanent base in a central location. Europe is an important market for us and by having a strong Cavitus team on the ground full-time, we can reduce lead times, improve response times and be more accessible to our customer base. Operating within the same time zone also makes travelling between countries easier and allows us to deliver our ultrasonic solutions in a timely manner.”

CTO Darren Bates agreed. “Cavitus already services several large corporate beverage manufacturers in Europe with our ultrasonic Beverage Line Efficiency technology which delivers greater than 10% efficiency gains. Through Cavitus Europe AG, we are now well placed both geographically and economically, to capitalise on further opportunities for expansion, not only in the carbonated soft drinks market but also with additional technology options which can be applied in the beer and dairy industries. The combined knowledge of the team at Cavitus Europe AG and our central location in the heart of Europe gives us a powerful advantage in the market. It’s a move that sets a positive tone for the future. ”

Cavitus also has offices in Australia and Malaysia and the USA.