AMPLEXOR is expanding its global foot print and has chosen Kobe, Japan as the location for its new Asian office. This expansion will increase the company’s global network to 41 offices across 23 countries. The decision to set up in Japan is part of the group’s long-term growth strategy across the Asia Pacific region and within the Japanese market. It will further strengthen our relationships with current local clients and advance our translation organization by insourcing Japanese translations.
Situated along the coast and nestled at the base of Mount Rokkō, Kobe is centrally located on the main island and is home to some of Japan’s most renowned companies and international corporations. AMPLEXOR has been operating in Japan for some time partnering with local organizations and multinational companies like the Life Sciences translation company, ASCA. The time was right for us to strengthen our on-the-ground presence and increase client support.
Highlighting the geographical convenience and direct response to client demand, Mark Evenepoel, CEO of AMPLEXOR says:
“The new location comes as a natural progression of AMPLEXOR’s already established foothold in the region. It will enable our resident teams
to establish closer connections with customers in the region, whilst solidifying relationships and providing stronger local support.”
AMPLEXOR’s presence in Japan reinforces the group’s continuing growth aspirations. It also demonstrates our dedication to assist clients locally with regional and global market access opportunities. Rika Osaka has been responsible for managing all steps involved in opening the new AMPLEXOR office. Rika comes to us with extensive management experience in the localization industry and is excited to help AMPLEXOR grow. We are currently looking to hire a group of linguists who will join Rika as part of the new team to enhance our Japanese quality and grow new and existing relationships with our clients. If you are interested to join, visit our Career page or reach out to us with any questions.