May 24, 2011
Seoul, Republic of Korea (RPRN) 05/24/11 — Lee Myung-bak, President of the Republic of South Korea, is pleased to welcome the latest technological company to set up operations in his country. He noted the success of this firm in various countries of the world and their eagerness to utilize personnel from the Republic in all levels of the operation, including high level management.
He announced that Barger Corporation is constructing a facility in the Information and Communications cluster in the Gangnam district in Seoul.
Commenting on this new facility, Jonathon Benson, the Chief Operating Officer of Barger said that "we will be incorporating the latest technological innovations including, as just small examples, optical recognition and voice recognition for security, and iPad touch screens for field information gathering. We will also be using, in our transportation fleet, many South Korean experimental vehicles for field operations. "
|President Lee Myung-bak|
Dr. Gerald (Gerry) Waterson, the founder and now Chairman of the Board, noted that "the desire to open offices in South Korea's was heavily influenced by the high labor productivity growth among OECD(Orgnization for Economic Co-operation and Develeopment) member countries. It is second in the world in this category" he added.
Barger Corporation with headquarters in Palm Beach, Florida, along with this new operation, have offices in Maryland, Florida, California, Rome, London, Iraq, Australia, and two facilities in the Peoples Republic of China.
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Barger Corporation is a world wide leader in data, voice, and video wired and wireless communications with services that include installation, operations, and training in these fields.
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