Improved Logistics Service from VT Halmatic

Tuesday, June 29, 2004
VT Halmatic announced a new Marine Products Spares Team to co-ordinate, support and process VT Halmatic spares orders. Based at Portchester Shipyard, the new dedicated team of specialists will focus on handling customers and owners requirements in a timely and cost effective manner. The team has many years experience in handling VT Marine Products equipment world-wide and has an industry leading reputation in keeping numerous naval, and government agencies working and maintaining serviceability of equipment fitted to many high speed ferry services. VT Halmatic expects its support to be faster and more competitive and now offers the full VT Halmatic, RTK and Cara Marine product ranges alongside products from PP Jets, Vospower Jets, Vosper Stabilizers and Steering Gear, Naiad and Koop Nautic Stabilizers and Maritime Dynamics Inc. Motion Control Systems.
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