Hatteland Display offers ECDIS calibration in Japan

(Press Release)
Wednesday, May 23, 2012

During this years' Sea Japan trade show in Tokyo, Hatteland Display held a special training session at the premises of its approved Service Partner Tamot Corporation. The main theme of the training was ECDIS re-calibration after servicing.
Tamot joined the Hatteland Display Service network in 2011 and is performing extremely well in supporting customers in the region. Since Hatteland Display offers true ECDIS calibrated Displays and Panel Computers, it is very important for customers to be able to access a high level of service care from an approved service center.
Tamot is now able to offer not only the regular warranty and non-warranty service of Hatteland Display products, but also the re-calibration of ECDIS equipment after such repairs.
"The extension of service into an even more technology based level reflects the ongoing efforts to offer a higher degree in service performance, and to safeguard the need of customers to ensure their Navigation & Radar approvals are maintained.", comments Leif Grindheim, Vice President Production & Service of Hatteland Display.
www.hatteland-display.com

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