Smith relocates its Berlin office
The electronic component distributor’s Berlin sales office has moved to a new, expanded space in the heart of the city.
The company says that the new location adds significantly more space and conference rooms to accommodate in-person customer meetings and continued growth on the German market. Since opening last fall, the Berlin office has tripled its workforce.
“The European technology sector is growing at an unprecedented rate, and Berlin is no exception,” says Cleat Kimbrough, Smith’s President, EMEA, in a press release. “Our continued expansion here will fuel Smith’s efforts to provide our new and existing customers with the tailored support they need to mitigate ongoing disruptions in the semiconductor supply chain.”
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