Hatteland Appoints Korea Agent

Wednesday, August 17, 2011

Hatteland Display (HD), the leading technology provider of specialized display and computer products to the international maritime and industrial market, has appointed e-MLX Co., Ltd. (e-MLX) as its sole agent in Korea.
The company will act as the support office for all customers in Korea in addition to providing sales facilities for all HD products.
"We are more then pleased to establish an Agreement with e-MLX, after strong efforts and following success in the past. e-MLX proved to be not only a strong sales and support team for Hatteland Display, but also an excellent company for the future ECDIS solutions and its requirements", says Lars Skjelbred-Eriksen, VP Sales & Marketing of Hatteland Display AS.
"As we have already experienced its quality and service as H/W platform of our own ECDIS solutions ever since we started this business. So, we are so proud to deliver its excellency to Korean market. I have strong belief Hatteland Display will draw immediate and consistent attention from Korea, who is major player among other countries in ship building and ship transportation", says Dr. JJ Ung Gyu Kim, CEO of e-MLX.

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