Sunday, 9th August 2020

Sudlows opens Mumbai office

Critical infrastructure and technical services specialist, Sudlows, has opened a new office in the Indian city of Mumbai.

This is the second international office to open for Sudlows, under the leadership of John Rippingale, following the successful launch of its Dubai office five years ago. Sudlows have been working with key clients across India for the last two years, supported by the UAE office.

The new, central Mumbai office will provide the rapidly expanding Indian data centre market with Sudlows’ full suite of professional services, across the whole data centre lifecycle, from design through to testing and commissioning. The team in Mumbai will be adding value and benefit to organisations to transform and upgrade their critical data centre facilities across India.

A new dedicated website has also been launched to provide additional support and information to customers in India. www.sudlows.in

John Rippingale, Director, Sudlows India Private Limited, comments:

“The Mumbai office is now Sudlows’ second international hub and the first located in the APAC region. The market has huge demand from global and regional hyperscalers, which in turn drives a competitive edge, increased efficiencies and faster facility handover times from data centre providers.

This new office represents the strategic and rapid expansion of the Sudlows brand and services across the region and ensures we can support our local clients directly.”

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