New Schottel Sales Partner for Namibia & South Africa

Wednesday, February 09, 2011

Effective immediately Stone Marine Services will be the official Schottel sales partner for Namibia and South Africa. Stone Marine Services has been a Schottel partner for UK and the Republic of Ireland already. The German manufacturer of marine propulsion systems claims this is a further step towards enhanced commitment to the customer.

Contact Details:
Stone Marine Services Namibia (PTY) Ltd
2003 Ben Amathila Avenue,
PO Box 2923,
Walvis Bay,
Tel: +264 64 204388
Fax: +264 64 204381
Stone Marine Services S.A (PTY)Ltd
34 Paarden Eiland Road
Paarden Eiland
Cape Town
PO Box 7323
Tel.: + 27 (0) 21 510 6795
Fax: + 27 (0) 21 510 5783
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