MultiDyne Video & Fiber Optic Systems has opened the doors to its first EMEA office, under the leadership of Sebastian Mucha, MultiDyne’s director of business development for the EMEA region. Mucha will lead a team of regional sales, support and engineering professionals from the company’s new 168sqm office in Gdansk, Poland.
The office opening follows a period of regional growth for MultiDyne, which began with Mucha’s appointment in 2019. The company has since acquired two manufacturers – Census Digital and Niagara Video – and continues to build out its global channel network, including throughout Europe where the company has established a stronger brand presence over the past three years.
The Gdansk location ensures that MultiDyne customers throughout Europe, the Middle East and Africa receive faster response for sales inquiries, product repairs and technical support. MultiDyne will also stock products locally to expedite shipments and delivery timelines throughout the region.
Mucha says that MultiDyne’s regional office will also make a positive economic for both the local metropolitan business community as well as the broader European market. “Establishing a regional office presence reiterates our commitment to this region, which includes investment in regional talent,” he said. “This is a large facility with an open floor plan that invites collaboration amongst our office engineering resources. There is an engineering lab where our regional innovators can work on prototypes, testing and even offer demonstrations to customers and partners.”
MultiDyne CEO Frank Jachetta adds that future plans include a local logistics team to further accelerate turnaround times for product deliveries. The floor plan also includes a large conference room for staff and customer meetings. “This is going to grow quickly,” he said. “MultiDyne is a global company, and this new facility empowers our growth trajectory while improving service for our EMEA customers.”
The new office is located 10 minutes from the Gdansk airport and close to several universities, with Mucha confirming that he will be evaluating local talent to join the team as new positions become available.