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Continuing to grow- Hanhaa moves to larger offices

on June 15, 2018

It was just one year ago when Hanhaa moved into its own private offices in Tobacco Dock. In that year the company has doubled in size leading to the need for further expansion and facilities. Today Hanhaa has relocated to newly refurbished and expansive offices on the bank of the river Thames in Vauxhall, SE1.

The year spent at Tobacco Dock was filled with exciting events, launches and new partnerships. ParceLive saw major enhancements over the past twelve months with the tracking service going into mass production at the Jabil manufacturing facility in Naples, Italy. This marked a significant step forward and cements Hanhaa’s commitment to provide truth at scale to the mass market. The last year also saw Hanhaa enter into a partnership with Avnet, through this partnership Hanhaa will bring its innovation and IoT expertise to Avnet’s global reach. More recently the company also launched Symbisa, an all in one solution to quickly and easily measure, capture and analyse your world.

Situated in Tintagel House, Vauxhall the move brings Hanhaa closer to the heart of central London in modern and spacious offices with great facilities and scenic views of the river Thames. The additional space will allow Hanhaa to continue the rapid expansion of its team and maintain the development of innovative and industry leading products and services.

As the company continues to grow we are always looking to find the most talented and ambitious people to join our team. You can find out more about what it’s like to work at Hanhaa and check out the current opportunities available by clicking here.

The move to Vauxhall makes it easier than ever to get to Hanhaa with connections on the London Underground Victoria Line and national rail services from Vauxhall station. The complete address for Hanhaa Limited is now as below:

 

Hanhaa Limited

Tintagel House

92 Albert Embankment

London SE1 7TY

Stephen HartnettContinuing to grow- Hanhaa moves to larger offices

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