Coral expands to South East Asia and Far East with new opening in Singapore

Claudio Coral, CEO of Coral on the left, and Clement Su on the right (Image: Coral)

As of February 2023, provider of air extraction and filtration solutions Coral is based in Singapore.

The agreement was sealed in recent days with the creation of the new company Coral Asia-Pacific, under the technical direction of Clement Su, an engineer with 12 years of experience in managing air filtration solutions coming out of the forge of Nanyang Technological University (NTU), and the supervision of Giovanni Gay, Coral’s brand ambassador.

Coral’s goal is to consolidate a presence in a steadily expanding industry such as the Pacific Rim, where Coral has been conducting corporate awareness campaigns in recent years with respect to indoor air quality in manufacturing plants and worker health.

This affects the wood processing industry, since wood dust is a safety concern within the industry, able to cause allergic respiratory symptoms, mucous membrane problems and cancer for those who inhale them regularly.

Now, Su and his staff will be able to act on the ground, designing and installing plants for small, medium and large enterprises with a presence in China, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, South Korea, the Philippines, Indonesia, Taiwan and Hong Kong.

Coral’s Singapore office, located in the heart of the main commercial and industrial area, will also provide thorough maintenance and service, with the presence of a large warehouse for products and spare parts.

This opens a new season for Coral, which will strengthen the export to the Far East of its air cleaning systems and its know-how on the green industry.