Chartworld Chooses Hatteland for ECDIS

press release
Tuesday, January 10, 2012

ChartWorld International selects Hatteland Display as key supplier of new and innovative ECDIS system.


ChartWorld International of Cyprus has selected Hatteland Display of Norway as hardware supplier for its new and innovative ECDIS system.  ChartWorld International is promoting a new standard for ECDIS that combines innovative hardware, software and data services, with a unique service and financing concept. Oliver Schwarz, Managing Director of ChartWorld International said: “To make the mandatory transition to ECDIS accessible, smooth and straightforward for even the smallest SOLAS vessel, we have a unique concept that we believe will revolutionize the market.”


Trond K. Johannessen, President  & CEO of Hatteland Display said: “We are delighted to be selected by ChartWorld International as their key hardware supplier in the ECDIS market a look forward to supplying our unique Series X Products to such an innovative company.”

The company delivers high quality, unique and customized solutions that are Type Approved and Military tested. In 2012 Hatteland Display expects to deliver more than 20.000 displays and computers for use on board commercial ships, naval ships and yachts. Hatteland Display was founded in 1989 and is headquartered near Haugesund in Norway. The company has a global sales and service network to serve customers in all parts of the world.
Hatteland Display AS, Amsosen, N-5578 Nedre Vats, Norway, www.hatteland-display.com
 


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