Seagull Scientific Moves into New Asia-Pacific Office
Regional growth spurs move to larger facility
Taipei, Taiwan — September 25, 2017 — Seagull Scientific, the manufacturer of BarTender software, today announced that it has relocated its Asia-Pacific office to accommodate the company’s continuing growth in the region.
Effective immediately, Seagull’s Asia-Pacific office address is 14F., No.39, Sec. 2, Dunhua South Rd., Daan District, Taipei City 106, Taiwan.
"Our new offices will help us better serve our growing list of partners and customers," said Eric Chiu, General Manager for Seagull's Asia-Pacific region. "The additional space and improved technical infrastructure will enable us to host training sessions and to further expand our staff as our success in the region continues."
This is Seagull's third major office move in 15 months, all spurred by healthy company expansion. The company moved its global headquarters office in Bellevue, Washington, USA to a larger space in June 2016, and relocated its EMEA offices to a new facility four months later.
"Our latest office relocation underlines our commitment to our partners and customers throughout the Asia-Pacific region," said Harold Boe, Seagull’s President and CEO. "We are pleased that more and more companies are discovering the value of BarTender software, and we look forward to growing together with our customers."
About Seagull Scientific
BarTender® software by Seagull Scientific enables organizations around the world to improve safety, security, efficiency and compliance by creating and automating labels, barcodes, RFID tags, plastic cards and more. Hundreds of thousands of companies in manufacturing, chemicals, healthcare, food and beverage, aerospace, pharmaceuticals, supply chain/logistics and other industries trust BarTender with the labeling and marking processes that keep their businesses running. With corporate headquarters and software development in Bellevue, Washington, USA, and branch offices in Madrid, Taipei and Tokyo, BarTender is available in more than 150 countries through a global network of local partners.