Astel opens U.S. office in Ohio

Oct. 31, 2008
South Korean manufacturer opens office to meet growing demand for its DVRs

South Korean-based surveillance solutions manufacturer Astel announced Thursday that it has opened a U.S. office in Springboro, Ohio, to meet the growing demand for its SeCube brand of digital video recorders.

According to a statement issued by the company, opening the new office proves their dedication to providing support to dealers and distributors, as well as allows them to prepare for future growth.

The move will also help to bolster SeCube’s relationship with its U.S. customers, as they will now have access to SeCube’s technology experts.

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