Kelvin Hughes Opens Second US Office

Monday, February 23, 2009

Kelvin Hughes Ltd, navigation solutions provider, has opened a Kelvin Hughes USA LLC Washington office, in Alexandria, Virginia. The primary role of the new office is to expand on the existing Kelvin Hughes business and presence in the US, providing a greater level of local sales and support for US-based customers. The company already has a service centre in New Orleans.

Kelvin Hughes has three offices in the UK, where it has its headquarters, as well as regional offices in The Netherlands, Denmark, Norway, Singapore and China.
 
In addition to the SharpEye radar, Kelvin Hughes produces a range of navigation equipment, data services and paper navigation products for the commercial, military and leisure sectors.

New office contact information:
Kelvin Hughes USA LLC
631 South Washington Street
Alexandria
Virginia 22314
USA
Tel +1 703 548 4007
Fax +1 703 548 4141
Contact: Adrian Pilbeam, Vice President Sales

(www.kelvinhughes.com)

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