Trelleborg Names RPS Evans-Hamilton Service Partner
Tuesday, July 02, 2013
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Trelleborg will provide a local presence for onsite marine services in North America, Central America and the Caribbean by appointing RPS Evans-Hamilton as Service Partner for the Docking and Mooring division of Trelleborg Marine Systems for these regions.

Under the agreement, RPS Evans-Hamilton will be the sole provider of aftersales services for Trelleborg’s docking and mooring systems. The product portfolio includes Quick Release Hooks (QRHs) and Capstans, the Smart Dock family of docking aid systems (DAS), Environmental and Met Ocean systems, together with integrated control and monitoring.

Building on more than 40 years’ experience in the marine instrumentation market, RPS Evans-Hamilton will continue to provide these services from its offices in Houston, Texas; Charleston, South Carolina and Seattle, Washington.

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