MT Caspian to Represent Tideland Signal

MarineElectronics.com
Friday, November 01, 2013
Azer Ibadzade

Tideland Signal has appointed MT Caspian to represent its range of aids to marine navigation (AtoN) in Azerbaijan, Kazakhstan and Georgia.


Based in Baku, Azerbaijan, MT Caspian will supply and support the entire Tideland product range including buoys, beacons, lanterns and advanced electronic equipment such as Racons, AIS, Tideland’s advanced AIS Viewer (TSD) and remote monitoring systems. In addition to representing Tideland products in a sales capacity the company is also setting up a service and repair centre with factory-trained technicians qualified to deal with every aspect of Tideland equipment.


MT Caspian is part of the powerful Marine Technics group based in St Petersburg, Russia and is a major regional player in the offshore oil and gas market as well as in ports and harbours around the Caspian Sea.  The company already represents many other premium brands such as MAN Engines, Volvo Penta, ZF bow-thrusters,Vietz, Emerson and Econosto Valves.  It also offers yacht construction, brokerage and charter, as well as a wide range of services and products for the oil and gas industry.
 

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