Hatteland Display Appoints New Service Partners

Wednesday, April 16, 2008

 

O.K.E. Service Co. Ltd has joined the Hatteland Display worldwide service
network after signing a contract with the leading marine display and
computer manufacturer on 10th April 2008, at 's principal maritime
event, the Sea Japan exhibition in . The agreement will see the well
established marine service company performing both warranty and non-warranty
service for all Hatteland Display products in .
Based in , with service offices in , , and
Nagasaki,  O.K.E. Service Co. Ltd has become a highly respected marine
service provider, through its work with several large European marine
electronics companies and systems integrators. This experience and an
existing first hand knowledge of Hatteland Display's products, ensures that
the company is already well positioned to become Hatteland Display's
official Japanese service partner.
After the initial training and establishment of O.K.E. as Hatteland
Display's Japanese service partner the company will provide trained and
audited service engineers, who can act on behalf of Hatteland Display to
support any customer requests for support in . O.K.E. will also have
access to a full range of display and computer spares and will form a key
part of the Hatteland Display Life Cycle Management program that ensures the
needs of customers are met throughout a product's lifetime.



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