Seatronics Signs Sales Agreement CodaOctopus

SeaDiscovery.com
Monday, September 09, 2013

Seatronics do Brazil, an Acteon company, has been appointed as the exclusive distributor for CodaOctopus Ltd in Brazil, a decision that will widen the portfolio of specialist subsea marine equipment that it can now offer to the Brazilian market.

The new partnership will enable Seatronics, as a global supplier of electronic subsea equipment, to provide its offshore construction and survey customers with leading 3D echoscope real-time sonar, F180 inertial positioning and motion sensing and digital data acquisition and geophysical data processing technologies.

A major benefit for Seatronics’ Brazilian ROV and survey customers will be the access to unique 3D imaging capabilities, especially where real-time visualization is required at depth.

Mike Agor, head of U.S. operations at CodaOctopus, welcomed the new partnership and marketing opportunities. He said, “This partnership with Seatronics do Brazil extends our global reach and enables the necessary and enhanced equipment to be provided to the Brazilian market.”

Seatronics do Brazil’s Vice President, Fabio D’Agostino, explained that the agreement was part of the company strategy to forge closer ties with innovative and respected manufacturers that have proven expertise and experience in local markets. “Seatronics is positioned to continue building relationships with top manufacturers like CodaOctopus which strengthens our scope of supply.”

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