Applied Acoustics’ 300th USBL System Sale

SeaDiscovery.com
Wednesday, June 05, 2013
Mr. Takada, left, and Mr. Willoughby, right

Applied Acoustics announced the sale of its 300th USBL system through Toyo Corporation, its exclusive and long standing Japanese distributor. This order will see a number of Alpha Portable USBL subsea tracking systems, integrated with peripheral equipment to provide complete diver monitoring packages.

During a visit and inspection of Applied Acoustics’ U.K. headquarters in Great Yarmouth, Mr. Shin Takada, Toyo’s Senior Sales Engineer for the Marine and Ocean Measurement Department, accepted an award to celebrate the 300th system sale on behalf of the Tokyo based firm.

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