Maritime Broadband Appoint Greece & Cyprus Distributor

Press Release
Monday, February 25, 2013

Revmar Dynamics appointed an exclusive distributor of Maritime Broadband’s C-Bird™ VSAT.

The agreement establishes Revmar Dynamics as a full-service distribution partner in two of the most important markets in commercial shipping.
 
“The co-founders of Revmar Dynamics, Nickos Chatzis and George Strouzakis, have earned an extraordinary international reputation for excellence in security and communications systems,” said Mary Ellen Kramer, President of Maritime Broadband. “The depth of their market reach and their ability to deliver a true value-added C-Bird™ package is unparalleled. Revmar’s global presence, with a network of sales, installation and service offices around the world, will give customers the comfort that they are fully supported, no matter where their vessels roam.”

“Maritime Broadband’s C-Bird™ VSAT solution makes global, permanent connection to the Internet affordable and practical for commercial shipping,” said Nickos Chatzis, CEO of Revmar Dynamics. “It is the answer that commercial shipping has been waiting for. We are pleased to offer this premium quality service to our commercial customers and to support them in implementing a multitude of applications to reduce their operating costs and provide quality of life for their crew.”
 
On the heels of this agreement, Revmar has agreed with premier Greek shipping company, Enterprises Shipping and Trading (EST) to install C-Bird™ VSAT aboard the first two vessels in their fleet as a pilot, with the expectation that the balance of the fleet of 98 vessels will be installed immediately after the pilot’s completion.
 


 

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