WRU is proud to announce that it is increasing its footprint in the country by opening another office located in Novosibirsk, the largest city and administrative center of the southwestern Siberia. The new office is a consequence of the continued organic growth and development of WEG across Russia and Central Asia.
This new office allows WRU to offer improved customers support in the region where over 200 large industrial enterprises are headquartered. The office structure also provides additional space for training, customer meetings and commercial operations, bringing the full range of cutting-edge products, solutions and services closer to the growing customer base in the region.
“Over the last years we have seen significant growth in the scale and operation of our business in Russia as we move closer to industrial sites and into newer industry levels like predictive monitoring and preventive maintenance service, along with digital transformation solutions that drive better operational efficiencies across industries. Founded in 1961, WEG celebrates its 60th anniversary this year, so I am particularly proud to congratulate the whole subsidiary team for the great journey we have made”, says WRU Managing Director, Sergey Mushchenko.
The opening of Novosibirsk office is also supported by a newly created team of qualified engineers, area managers and regional representatives looking forward to promptly responding to customer needs and providing accurate and informed technical support, field service and supply management. “I am quite motivated about joining WEG and I look forward to leading our Siberian operations and expanding the use of WEG innovative technology in the Russian industry,” says Dmitry Skurnyagin, regional manager for Siberia and the Far East of Russia.