Imtech Marine Extends Service to Australia

Posted by Eric Haun
Wednesday, December 04, 2013
André Meijer, Managing Director of Imtech Marine

Imtech Marine has signed an agreement with Electrotech Pty in Australia. With this agreement and strategic partnership, Imtech Marine extends its global service network, now 94 own offices in 30 countries, with eight Electrotech offices in Australia. This agreement fits in the strategy of Imtech Marine to be present where customers need support on the spot, also taking into account that Australia is gaining importance in international shipping. With Electrotech Imtech Marine can provide all navigation and communications services, including radio surveys and APT’s (Annual Performance Test VDR) throughout the Australian coast.

Stephen Renkert, director of Electrotech, “We are pleased to have signed this agreement with Imtech Marine, through which we can provide first class services to its customers in Australia. With our eight offices in Australia and our expert staff we extend the unique global services network of Imtech Marine to our continent.”

André Meijer, Managing Director of Imtech Marine states, “With this agreement we now have a very professional partner in Australia. It means we have made an important step to extend our service span for our customers further. This fills in a gap we had in our global services network”.

Electrotech is the leading Australian marine electronics company selling, installing and servicing high quality communications and navigation equipment for the civilian and naval maritime sectors. With its offices in Sydney, Brisbane, Cairns, Darwin, Gladstone, Dampier/Karatha, Melbourne and Perth Electrotech has a truly continental coverage.

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