This year, when Sanet celebrates the 10th anniversary of its “Business Unit” (BU), it will look back on the support it provided to 25 mostly international large or medium-sized private companies when they entered the Thai market. Sanet founder Dr. Gunter Denk resumes what still convinces many companies to start sales and service in Thailand through a “BU” at Sanet.
“After having spent 25 years as an entrepreneur of a manufacturing company with strong internationalization, I knew what makes entrepreneurs tick when expanding into new markets,” he begins his description of how to safely enter the Thai market through a ” Business Unit.”
• Cooperation with Bodo Möller Chemie
• New business unit with IT-M
• Sanet as a guest at BOI
Investing in a new market requires high professionalism of the management. The basis for decision-making must be a meaningful analysis of potential. This includes “quantitative” data, but even more so “qualitative” information about the entrepreneurial opportunities to exploit the identified potential.
The Business Unit at Sanet in Thailand is the most efficient way to start marketing or service your products without high start-up and administration costs.
Any European manufacturer is thrilled when he is able to fund his market entry cost into a new market through an initial order or a first project. However, precisely this first order often depends on being present in the new market through service and marketing. And so “the dog bites its tail” at this point.
“Brückner Lines” are almost a generic term worldwide for cutting-edge film stretching machinery. Hardly any product, from bottles for drinking water to pharmaceutical packaging, can do without these special films produced by Brückner machines which often have a length of well over 150 meters.