Radio Holland Confirms Deal with Saab TransponderTech

Thursday, July 10, 2003
At the Nor-Shipping exhibition held in Oslo in June, the the Radio Holland Group management signed a contract with Saab TransponderTech, for the distribution and service of the Saab R4 AIS system by all Radio Holland Group branches. The R4 AIS is manufactured by Saab TransponderTech AB and is is the fourth generation of Saab AIS. The R4 Class A Transponder System is type-approved with wheelmark and complies with all international standards for AIS ship systems. Saab is also providing free Seagull computer based training software with every AIS system, training seafarers how to use the AIS equipment. Radio Holland Greece has also announce that as of April 20, they have been approved by Lloyds Register Quality Assurance to the quality management system standard BS EN ISO 9001: 2000. It applies to sales, installation, integration and servicing of maritime communication and navigation equipment, engineroom automation and simulators. Also it applies to the sales, installation, integration and service of defense & security systems. Finally it includes inspections and surveys of marine communication and navigation equipment.

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