Conditional access module manufacturer SMIT has relocated its headquarters from Shenzen, China to Hong Kong.
SMIT said the relocation would give it a base that would serve as an important link between the company’s operations in China and the world markets.
The new corporate HQ will complement and support the company’s offices in Shenzhen, Beijing, Munich and Palo Alto.
“As SMIT Corporation grows in the global CAM and digital content delivery markets in Europe, China and emerging markets such as India and South America, we selected Hong Kong as the optimum location for our new global headquarters,” said Shuai Hongyu, president of SMIT. “We are all very excited about the relocation and the company looks forward to strengthening client relationships, raising our market presence, and enhancing corporate governance.”
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