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Czech Okin Group arrives in Slovakia

THE CZECH outsourcing company Okin Group, specialising in support services, has launched a daughter company in Slovakia named Okin Facility SK. In this new form, the company is continuing its five years of operation in Slovakia, the SITA newswire wrote in mid-June 2008. Milan Janoušek, director of the facility management division at the parent company in the Czech Republic, was appointed to lead the Slovak subsidiary.

THE CZECH outsourcing company Okin Group, specialising in support services, has launched a daughter company in Slovakia named Okin Facility SK. In this new form, the company is continuing its five years of operation in Slovakia, the SITA newswire wrote in mid-June 2008. Milan Janoušek, director of the facility management division at the parent company in the Czech Republic, was appointed to lead the Slovak subsidiary.

“In Slovakia, we have been successfully cooperating with a number of companies active in the hotel segment,” Janoušek told SITA. He added that in addition to comprehensive building management of facilities of production companies, logistics centres and administrative centres, Okin wants to focus on support services for hotels and state administration bodies.

Okin Group is a prominent Czech outsourcing company providing various support services to businesses and has been offering its services in that country for 16 years. It focuses on facility management, business process outsourcing and education.

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