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RGIS Expands Into Australia, NZ and Singapore

RGIS Expands Into Australia, New Zealand and Singapore

AUBURN HILLS, Mich., Dec. 11 /PRNewswire-AsiaNet/ --

RGIS, the world's largest inventory and retail services company, has expanded into Australia, New Zealand and Singapore through the acquisition of Lotons Australia, Lotons New Zealand and Lotons Singapore. With headquarters in Melbourne, Australia, Lotons is the oldest and largest inventory service provider in both Australia and New Zealand and is rapidly expanding in Singapore. Through this acquisition, RGIS is adding seven new offices and 3,000 employees, allowing RGIS to completely cover Australia, New Zealand and Singapore, as well as other parts of Southeast Asia.

As the world's largest inventory and retail services company, RGIS has unparalleled reach around the globe to better provide true local responsiveness to all of its customers. "The acquisition of Lotons brings this ability to serve our customers to an entirely new region," said Paul Street, CEO of RGIS.

RGIS ( http://www.rgisinv.com ) is the largest and most reliable provider of inventory, retail, and workforce services in the world. Established in 1958, RGIS has developed superior quality control processes and cutting-edge proprietary technology that have consistently distinguished its inventory capabilities as the industry leader. With 40,000 trained employees in 400 district offices worldwide, RGIS offers international coverage with a local sensibility, promising the largest network of merchandise service solutions in the world and an unmatched completion rate guarantee of at least 99.93%. Among their vast array of retail services are cut-ins, resets, display setups, store openings, fixture assemblies, blitz merchandising, and mapping solutions. RGIS also offers workforce solutions, which provide additional staff to clients for a variety of assignments during high-volume shopping periods in an effort to further bolster clients' earnings. RGIS' service operations in North America, South America and Europe are leaders in their territories.

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Web site: http://www.rgisinv.com

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