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Talking global mobility

Talking global mobility

Crown Cambodia’s new country manager, Frank Kursteiner, wants people in Cambodia to know the advantages of a global network, mobility services and secure document storage.

Kursteiner, who arrived in Cambodia a few months ago after working in Beijing and Kuala Lumpur, wants to expand the business.

He answered a few questions on the occasion of this Fourth of July special report for The Phnom Penh Post.

What do you want to local population to know about the services Crown offers?
Crown is the only international company in Phnom Penh with offices in 55 countries. Experience and expertise is shared worldwide, and we benchmark the quality with the highest standards worldwide.
Our Phnom Penh office is offering relocation services, global mobility services and records-management services to companies, so they can focus on their core business and   not have to worry about the management of their relocation or     their records.

How big is your document-storage facility, and what kind of businesses could benefit from it?
Our facility covers several hundred square metres, and we can manage tens of thousands of cartons.

Clients use our facility for various reasons. Office space in the city is more expensive than warehouse space, they want it to be organised at a safe place and, if they need the information, it has to be at their fingertips in no time.

Last but not least, they want to have their office clean and clear, with access control so only authorised people have access to sensitive business information.

How many people do you employ   in Cambodia?
We are 17 people. With the business growing I foresee a need to hire more sales and customer service staff in the office and hire and train people to pack the valuable belongings of our clients for relocation.

Can you move rare or expensive artworks?
Moving art is one of our services. Crown Fine Arts is one of our five divisions, and we handle unique and highly valuable artifacts worldwide. We have moved art pieces such as the Mona Lisa and many other irreplaceable objects.

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