Capsat® Fleet77 Systems Shipments Increase

Wednesday, June 12, 2002
Thrane & Thrane announced that shipments of more than 100 Capsat® Fleet77 systems to distributors and ship owners world-wide. Several interesting installations have been carried out on merchant ships, fishing boats, coast guard vessels and super yachts all over the world. Road show Activities Thrane & Thrane and its partners have carried out road show activities all the way from the major Korean Shipyards to the small harbors in the Mediterranean. ”This is very hectic times. We place great emphasis on the training of our business partners since this provides the opportunity to multiply the efforts on providing information to the ship owners world-wide. It also gives us the assurance that the ability to service and support the Capsat® Fleet77 terminals is available world-wide”, says Kim Bille Gram, Maritime Sales Manager, Thrane & Thrane. Training of Distributors By mid-June more than 60 engineers have received product, installation and repair training at Thrane & Thrane in Copenhagen. They represent our distributors in the US, Europe, Middle East, North and South East Asia.
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