Imtech, SRH Marine Conclude Partnership

Press Release
Monday, October 08, 2012

Imtech Marine concluded a strategic partnership with SRH Marine Electronics S.A..

SRH Marine Electronics  a maritime full service company based in Piraeus, the main port of Athens. A recent Memorandum of Understanding states that SRH Marine Electronics will promote the broad ranging portfolio of Imtech Marine’s solutions and services to Greek ship owners and their chosen shipyards. In turn, SRH will use Imtech Marine’s extensive worldwide service network, which currently consists of more than 90 offices based along the major shipping lanes and in shipbuilding centres.


Mike Bauwens, Imtech Marine Regional Director of Southern Europe, Africa and Middle East, said: “This gives Imtech Marine a great opportunity to support Greek owners wherever they choose to build their vessels in the world. Of course, it is crucial to have a presence in the Greek market and our philosophy is always “local for local”, people on the spot with in-depth knowledge of the local market.
 
“We are very pleased to have teamed up with SRH Marine Electronics which is a market leader in Greece, very well known for its communication and navigation solutions and it works with all of the major manufacturers.”
 
Athina Vezyri, Chief Executive Officer and founder of SRH Marine Electronics in its current form, said: “This agreement enables us to offer the best quality service for our clients. Together we will continue to develop our services to the maximum, in turn creating added value for Greek ship owners.

“SRH aims to further promote the Imtech Marine name and its quality systems and services, such as its electrical systems, power management, automation and electric propulsion capabilities to the Greek shipping community.”

 

 

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