Trackunit expands in Asia Pacific

By Andy Brown13 May 2021

New senior vice president for the Asia Pacific region, Chi Sen Gay

Trackunit has expanded its presence in the Asia Pacific region with the opening of its regional headquarters in Singapore as well as new offices in Japan and Australia. The company has also hired a new senior vice president for the region, Chi Sen Gay.

The company, which offers software-led telematics solutions for off-highway vehicles and construction equipment, says that the Asia Pacific region is highly receptive to the benefits that technology provides.

“I’m delighted to announce the appointment of Chi Sen Gay and the opening of a new regional headquarters and offices to better serve Asia Pacific - one of the largest global construction equipment markets and home to some of the most technologically advanced OEMs,” said Soeren Brogaard, CEO, Trackunit.

“We have a growing installed customer base in the region and it’s important that Trackunit puts feet on the ground to help them realise the efficiency, productivity and profitability benefits which digital transformation means for their businesses.”

Trackunit is helping the digitisation of the construction sector, connecting construction equipment and processing data to the cloud to deliver value-added insights.

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