OPEX Corporation recently opened a new and significantly more spacious office in Paris France, conveniently located near Orly Airport. This facility will serve as the central European hub of OPEX’s EMEA operation.
These new facilities are home to OPEX’s EMEA management and administration departments, a full demonstration facility for their unique range of scanning and postal processing systems, private meeting rooms and a comprehensive technical support infrastructure. The space truly reflects the soaring success of OPEX across all sectors.
OPEX CEO, Dave Stevens, set the ceremony in motion with the official ribbon cutting, then addressed the staff gathered on this momentous occasion. “My thanks to you all. I would like to honour your hard work. I am truly grateful for each of you, proud of your successes and where we are headed as an organisation. This building is smart and impressive as are each of you. Standing here, I am thrilled at the early success of our latest products that are certain to enhance our future. I am excited at the prospect of what we can do in the years ahead.”
In turn, Scott Maurer, President of the International Division, reflected on the famous OPEX ethos of “doing right with the right people.” “Our success is built on tried and proven principles of integrity and honesty. We value all people, whether staff or customers, and treat them properly - which is why our customers keep returning. Living by these principles ensures our future success; therefore, the future is yours.”
EMEA Director of Operations, Shaun Lee, reflected on his pride in the team and in their achievements. “It says much of our progress that we needed a larger space. The OPEX motto, ‘There’s Always A Better Way,’ has been proven by our great success in the marketplace and within notable organisations across various industries. I am very aware of our keen team and the fantastic progression of the OPEX name. When it comes to delivering on our word and tackling challenges, we can and will continue to move mountains, as they say.”