Wison Engineering Ltd. has officially opened the doors to its brand new overseas representative office in Jakarta, Indonesia. It is the company's second office in Southeast Asia, following the launch of its subsidiary in Singapore. The sales office will enable Wison Engineering to further expand its petrochemical, coal to chemical and refining engineering services in Indonesia and neighbourhood countries, as well as explore the fields of chemical fertilizers and coal-fired power plants. The establishment of an Indonesian representative office marks a further important step on Wison Engineering's roadmap for its global business expansion. "Indonesia is a strategic location from which to reach out to the whole of Southeast Asia." Wison Engineering's Vice President Cui Ying said: "The set-up of an Indonesian office will bring Wison Engineering closer to its Southeast Asian customers and will allow the company to build on its existing project management expertise in the fields of coal chemicals, refining and petrochemical engineering, providing a one-stop solution for Indonesia and the greater Southeast Asia market." Wison Engineering is one of the few contractors in China that can perform the entire scope of a project, from start to finish including commissioning, start-up and operator training, with its own in-house resources. As one of China's leading engineering companies in the fields of coal chemicals, refining and petrochemicals, Wison Engineering started to expand into overseas markets in 2008, establishing offices in Saudi Arabia, Singapore. Among its clients are worldwide leading enterprises such as BASF, Shell, SABIC and ARAMCO. Recent large-scale projects awarded by BASF and its cooperation with Shell in developing coal gasifiction technology have bolstered Wison Engineering's international competitiveness.