SiberHegner plans to set up IT regional hub in Malaysia


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  • Saturday, 22 Feb 2003

SIBERHEGNER (M) Sdn Bhd, member of DKSH group, intends to set up an information technology (IT) centre in Malaysia to centralise and integrate IT systems in its South East Asia operations. 

The company is currently in the early stages of preparations to build a data centre in the country to provide support services to DKSH group's operations in the region, including Australia, said DKSH Holdings Ltd president and CEO, Dr Joerg Wolle. 

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