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Seiko service center: a sychronized operation

Seiko service center: a sychronized operation

T he Singapore-based Thakral Cambodia Ltd company inaugurated its Seiko watch

service center and showroom in Phnom Penh on Jan. 12.

At the opening

ceremony, Thakral Cambodia Country Manager Swaraj Singh said, "Seiko...is the

leading brand name for all watches and clocks not only in Indochina but all over

the world. We are in fact indebted to Seiko for having chosen Thakral Group as

their partners in Vietnam and now in Cambodia."

Singh went on to assure

the invited dignitaries and his potential customers that the "Thakral Group

would not leave any stone unturned for the services of Seiko watches in

Cambodia."

To service Seiko watches, Thakral has hired a technician with

more than seven years experience in watch repair, who has also been trained by

the Seiko home office. Khmer staff, in accordance with Seiko policy, are also

being trained to assume responsibilities for servicing Seiko products.

Thakral Cambodia set up offices in Phnom Penh in l992. The firm serves

as a distributing agent for Compaq computers as well as products made by Sony,

Sharp and Canon.

According to a Thakral Group press release, the company

is "a huge diversified investment group with interests in trading,

manufacturing, property and hotels in 23 countries with an annual turnover of

over U.S. $850 million."

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