VOSTA LMG Launches Local Language Web site to Inform Chinese Dredging Market

Tuesday, October 12, 2004
International engineering and contracting company VOSTA LMG launched an informative web site in Chinese for the Chinese market. To inform the fast growing dredging community in China in their mother tongue and to support the Chinese offices of VOSTA LMG, www.vostalmg.cn was developed. The web site informs visitors about the products and services of VOSTA LMG. Not only complete dredge design and project management are possibilities, a wide range of dredge component like dredge pumps, dragheads, bow couplings and dredging systems like cutting systems, spud carrier installations and suction pipe constructions are offered by VOSTA LMG. Also, the site will keep the visitors up to date on projects and contracts via the news section. This web site is destined to work as a support tool to the established offices in Beijing and Shanghai. Also, VOSTA LMG's Distributor and After Sales Service partner for China, Yardway benefits from this online presence.
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