Nobeltec, Taylor Marine Announce Partnership

Tuesday, October 18, 2011

Nobeltec is pleased to announce a new partnership with Taylor Marine of Australia. As of October 1, 2011, Taylor Marine, also known as JN Taylor & Co. Ltd., will act as Nobeltec’s exclusive distributor of all Nobeltec products sold to dealers and end users in Australia.
“It is with great enthusiasm that Nobeltec and JN Taylor enter into this partnership,” Nobeltec General Manager Bill Washburn said. “I know that our relationship with Taylor Marine will enhance Australian dealers’ and customers’ experiences with Nobeltec products.”
Taylor Marine will provide Australian customers and Nobeltec dealers with strong, local technical support for Nobeltec PC-based navigation software including TimeZero Trident, Admiral and VNS. Support will also extend to Nobeltec’s line of radars and accessories.  Nobeltec software and data products will be shipped to Australian customers from Taylor Marine’s facilities, improving delivery time and reducing cost for dealers and end users. Taylor Marine will maintain current pricing for existing Nobeltec dealers while continuing to build relationships with Nobeltec dealers in Australia.

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