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Nedap N.V. Security Management expands its business operations with the opening of its new office in Poland

Being active on the Polish Security market for more than 3 years now, Nedap N.V. Security Management announces the opening of a new office in Warsaw, Poland.

Mr Jakub Kozak will be Nedap's country manager for Poland. "I am very excited to join this active and dynamic division of Nedap. Nedap AEOS is a state-of-the-art security system with a clear competitive edge. My experience in the Polish security market offers a great advantage to further strengthen  AEOS' market position in Poland." Says Jakub Kozak.

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