Hikvision’s former buildings on Dongliu Road have been retained and are set to become the company’s manufacturing complex
Hikvision’s move is further proof of the company’s ever-increasing manufacturing capacity

Hikvision, a leading worldwide supplier of video surveillance equipment, announces that its Research & Development unit, Serving and Administration departments have moved to a new corporate complex in Hangzhou, China. The former buildings on Dongliu Road have been retained and are set to become the company’s manufacturing complex. This is a further proof of the company’s ever-increasing manufacturing capacity.

“With Hikvision continuing to expand and gain recognition within the market worldwide, we need to both enlarge our production capability and increase personnel in almost all departments,” says Keen Yao, International Marketing Director at Hikvision. “The huge expansion of available office space will provide us with a better working environment and an improved R&D facility to bring further innovative products to the market.”

The address of the new facility is No.555 Qianmo Road, Binjiang District, 310051, Hangzhou, China.

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