The complex, which was opened by Fujifilm Australia chief executive Masaya Seki (pictured), accommodates the Melbourne divisions of Fujifilm Australia, Fujifilm Medical Systems, Fujifilm Graphic Systems and Fujifilm Sericol.
“By creating a combined space that accommodates 1500m² of office, engineering and warehouse space, we are able to forge closer relationships between each of the Fujifilm Australia divisions and DS Chemport,” said Fujifilm Australia managing director Dave Marshall.
“Each of the FUJIFILM Australia divisions and DS Chemport now has the opportunity to work both independently and together, which we believe will ultimately strengthen our offering to customers by being able to provide a range of unified business solutions.
“With the continual advancement and integration of technologies, we expect to see a growing number of synergies that will continue to emerge across our business groups.”
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