Leica Appoints J. Janson As New Rep

Monday, February 05, 2001
Leica Geosystems Inc. has announced the appointment of J. Janson Company as sales representative for the Northeastern United States and Eastern Canada. The territory will extend from Maine to the Carolinas and will include Ontario and Quebec. J. Janson Company will be responsible for selling Leica's MX400, MX412, MX480, MK40 and beacon receivers. Joe Janson, president of J. Janson Company, has over 18 years experience in the marine electronics industry. The company specializes in the sale and application of high seas and recreational marine electronics. J. Janson Company is headquartered in Newport, Rhode Island and can be reached at (800) 466-5693. They also have an additional office in Stevensville, Maryland. That office can be reached at (410) 604-3176.
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