The Gohs continue to Grow

The Gohs continue to Grow

Published: ASIA

SINGAPORE: Twelve months on since the official opening of its 2,766m2 Warehouse and Logistics Centre at Tuas South Street 10 and the Electronics and Engineering (E&E) Group of Companies has once again grown in visibility. The Singaporean distributor and systems integrator recently relocated its service centre from its previous 273 Outram Road address to a 10th floor residence at No 315 in the Tan Boon Liat Building just a five minute walk away.

A traditional lion dance and Chinese percussion marked the onset of the official opening of the new E&E Services Pte Ltd Service Centre. Measuring 380m2 in size, it is six times larger than the previous location with over 30 desks to accommodate for future growth that will better service the company’s clients. A double-walled speaker-testing chamber, a speaker re-coning section and a conference room adds value to its credentials.

As the authorised repair centre for EAW, Furman, Mackie, Neutrik, Powersoft, Shure and Symetrix amongst others, the workshop is further equipped with the latest bench test equipment, portable field audio analysers, processors and TEF machines. ‘With this new Service Centre, our team will be able to have more room and can better focus to meet the growing needs of our expanding customer base,’ commented E&E Group of Companies MD Ronald Goh.

E&E Services Pte Ltd: 315 Outram Road, #10-08, Tan Boon Liat Building, Singapore 169074
Operation hours: 08.30am – 18.00pm, Monday to Friday.
Telephone: +65 6501-7977

www.enepl.com.sg

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