Adveto Expands to U.S. West Coast & Alaska

Sunday, October 25, 2009
Photo courtesy Adveto Advanced Technology AB

Adveto and Harris Electric in Seattle are partnering to give Adveto sales and service coverage in the North Pacific. Adveto is expanding its presence throughout the globe by partnering with companies within the field of Marine Electronics. This is a direct consequence of the rapid growth of Adveto’s ECDIS-4000 users.

Magnus Karlsson, Marketing Manager of Adveto said, “The North Pacific is one of the most dense populated Fast Ferry regions in the world and with the IMO mandate to use type approved ECDIS we
expect to see a continues growth of our ECDIS-4000 users”

(www.adveto.com)
(www.harriselectricinc.com)

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