Expanding Operations to Cambodia's Growing Market
KDDI CORPORATION September 03, 2015
―KDDI to Strengthen Service Provision System in the Indochina Peninsula―
To expand business for corporate customers in Southeast Asia, KDDI will establish the KDDI Singapore Phnom Penh Branch (hereafter the Phnom Penh Branch) in Phnom Penh in the Kingdom of Cambodia (hereafter Cambodia) on October 1, 2015.
Cambodia has a real GDP growth rate of 7.4% , making it a country with a high economic growth rate, even amongst Southeast Asian countries. Also, in April 2015, the Southern Economic Corridor  was established creating an important highway that links Cambodia with Vietnam and Thailand which has dramatically improved the logistics network. Furthermore, through the proactive measures to attract foreign companies  that these countries are taking, it is expected that more and more companies will advance into the area to make it a new base of production thus increasing the need to use IT infrastructure and other services.
By establishing the Phnom Penh Branch, KDDI will provide factories and offices with Japanese-quality services from construction of IT infrastructure to maintenance and operation, thus contributing to the expansion of operations for customers advancing to Cambodia.
KDDI will continue strengthening its business provision system for corporate customers by establishing offices in each country along the Southern Economic Corridor. We will also continue globally expanding our communications business through Myanmar and Southeast Asia.
With the establishment of the Phnom Penh Branch, the KDDI Group has 107 locations in 28 regions and 63 cities overseas.
About the KDDI Singapore Phnom Penh Branch
|Name||KDDI Singapore Phnom Penh Branch|
|Location||Phnom Penh, Kingdom of Cambodia|
|Date established||October 1, 2015|
- Source: Japan External Trade Organization (JETRO). 2013 result.
- Highway spanning approx. 1,000 kilometers that traverses the Indochina Peninsula connecting Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam; Phnom Penh, Cambodia; and Bangkok, Thailand. Southern Economic Corridor completed in April 2015 with the Neak Loeung Bridge (Tsubasa Bridge), which crosses Cambodia's Mekong River. Planned to connect to Dawei, Myanmar.
- Qualified Investment Project (QIP), etc.
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