Gigabyte moved into new offices here in the Netherlands. A completely new building was bought and is stationed in Eindhoven the Netherlands. Today the mayor of Eindhoven Mr. Rob van Gijzel and Gigabyte Founder & Chairman Mr. Dandy Yeh opened up the new facility. We where there for the festivities.
The new building has roughly 1000 M2 of office and storage space spread out over two floors. The new building will house Sales, marketing but also functions as a transport hub for the Benelux and likely some other countries.
Interesting to see is that there is an RMA department as well. Typically when a motherboards breaks down you'd expect credit note or a replacement but apparently it is still efficiency and cost effective enough tyo repair the motherboards. Lots of components and chips are stored there and can be replaced / repaired if broken.
Anyway, we took some photo's of the happening, but also that RMA department and the storage HUB -- should you guys be interested in looking at them, click on the thumbnails. Obviously we like to congratulate Gigabyte with this new facility.
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