Callprint announces expansion and growth plans for Middle East operations
Monday, July 13, 2015
Press release from the issuing company
Print and visual communications specialist Callprint is intending to expand its growing Middle East operations and recruit additional staff, following the success of its hub in the Emirates state of Dubai.
Callprint is now looking to recruit new sales staff, support personnel and project managers, all of whom will be looking to relocate to the Middle East.
In addition to the recruitment of new personnel, and due to the continued growth and expansion of its Dubai hub, Callprint has also announced plans to add a second operation in the Middle East to help aid its growth in the region.
Potential sites are now being viewed in both Doha and Abu Dhabi as the company looks for an additional base.
This will all help further the growth of Callprint’s Dubai-based operation, which has been benefitting from development in the architectural, construction and design sectors, as the state continues to expand and grow.
Callprint’s Dubai hub in Dubai within the IMPZ, and was created to support the expanding client demand in the Middle East region, providing a bespoke offering, including 3D printing and services to meet its client’s requirements in line with the level of service provided by its UK operations and worldwide.
Commenting on the expansion and recruitment plans for the Middle East, Callprint Group Managing Director, Steve Cheek, added, “The feedback from clients has been that we need to add a second hub due to the success of our current operation, and with that additional site we will need key personnel to help aid our expansion.”
Steve added, “This enforces our position as a company of continued growth, development and expansion, not only in the UK but more importantly, globally.”
The latest announcement underlines Callprint’s original statement of intention to grow and develop its business operations, through the addition of new personnel and new operational sites.
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