Dayson headquarters will move from the UK to Singa

Dayson headquarters will move from the UK to Singa

According to the New York Times, on January 22, Dayson announced that its headquarters would be moved from Mam

sbury in southwestern England to Singapore to meet its growing demand in Asia. At present, Dayson mainly produces vacu

um cleaners and hair dryers, but at the same time, it is also preparing for the development and production of electric vehicles.

“Most of Dayson’s customers and pro

duction businesses are in Asia,” Dayson said in his financial report. With the introduction of electric vehicles to the ma

rket by Dayson, the advantages of the Asian business will continue for some time, and there will be a trend of exp

ansion. Dayson also said the company would double the size of its technology centre in Singapore.

At present, Dyson has 12,000 employees worldwide and more than 4,500 employees in the UK. Dayson said the cur

rent relocation of headquarters would involve only two jobs, Jorn Jensen, Chief Financial Officer, and Martin Bowen, Gen

eral Counsel. Dayson also said the company would not stop investing and hiring in the UK.

According to CNN, in August last year, Dyson announced that he would invest 116

million in rebuilding the former Royal Air Force Base to build test ru

nways and offices for 2000 employees. The base will be used to develop Dyson electric vehicles.

A spokesman for Dayson said the relocation of headquarters was not a response to Britain’s exit from Europe. “We

are still committed to serving the UK, but the Asian market is also growing rapidly,” the spokesman said.

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