Aiphone Opens East Coast Office

May 23, 2016
New facility located in Cherry Hill, N.J.

Redmond, Wash. — May 9, 2016 — Aiphone Corp., the leading international manufacturer of intercom and entry security products, today announced the opening of an East Coast office in Cherry Hill, N.J. enabling the company to better serve a growing U.S. market area.

Bruce Czerwinski, Aiphone’s U.S. general sales manager, said the new office will house customer service and tech support members, while assisting the new sales team serving the east coast from Maine to Virginia.

“We’re seeing tremendous sales growth in this area, making it the right time to open a North American office outside of Washington,” he said. “This office will help meet our consistent goal of providing the highest degree of sales and support services for all customers.”

The new office can be reached by calling the existing toll-free number, 800-692-0200. It will be open from 8:00AM to 4:30PM (EST), Monday through Friday.

Aiphone products range from simple door-answering units to sophisticated video entry security systems, complex microprocessor-based commercial systems and luxury condo/apartment security and communication systems. Aiphone sells to the commercial, correctional, education, government, healthcare, and residential markets.


About Aiphone

For over 60 years, Aiphone has solidified its position as one of the world’s leading providers of communication and intercom systems. The Aiphone brand has become synonymous with innovation and outstanding quality which has placed the company and its products at the forefront of the security and communication market. Aiphone remains committed to providing unmatched customer service by offering customized solutions tailored to support any intercom application. For more information visit

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