Hatteland Display Appoints Distributor in India

Press Release
Tuesday, March 19, 2013
Brede Qvigstad (Hatteland Display), Capt. S.S.Grewal (Elcome – Managing Director), Rakesh Tandon (Elcome – President).

Hatteland Display (HD), a  technology provider of specialized display and computer products to the international maritime and industrial market, has appointed Elcome Marine Services Pvt. Ltd. as its distributor in India.


 
With a network of branches at all major ports in India Elcome Marine today provides its customers with a single point resource of all solutions related to maritime electronics and software based systems.


 
Elcome Marine was selected based on their knowledge, professional capability and market awareness in the growing Indian market for maritime and naval industry.


 
"The establishment of the distributor agreement will bring us closer to the exiting and growing market in India. It is important to get as close as possible to the end users and be able to provide the best of technology in a demanding market. Hatteland Display and Elcome Marine will join effort and bring forward the best solutions to the Indian customers", said Brede Qvigstad, Sales Director of Hatteland Display AS.


 
"Elcome has been associated with Hatteland Displays as a part of ECDIS, Integrated Bridge and Navigation System, Machinery control system and Displays for Electro Optical Systems. We have been highly impressed with the Quality and Reliability of Hatteland Displays. Together, we have taken a market approach, that will focus on creating value for our partners and enhance customer satisfaction due to close proximity to them. We see this association as much needed booster in providing integrated solutions", sayid Rakesh Tandon, President of Elcome Marine.

 

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