Sea-Tek, Doen Ink Distribution Agreement

Maritime Activity Reports, Inc.

August 14, 2015

Photo: Doen Waterjets

Photo: Doen Waterjets

Doen Pacific has announced the signing of an exclusive Distributor Agreement for Europe withbSea-Tek (AS) domiciled in Oslo, Norway. In turn, Sea-Tek will appoint agents in several European countries in the near future, selling and servicing waterjets under its umbrella.

Sea-Tek is a key supplier to the marine industry in Europe, who is currently supplying mechanical, electronic, and hydraulic systems for controlling propulsion systems. This specialized market niche enables Sea-Tek to offer turnkey propulsion packages, tailored to customer needs by supplying state of the art engine/waterjet packages fully engineered for installation into the vessel. A "one stop shop" package supply for any waterjet application in Europe.

Doen Pacific, a designer and manufacturer of waterjet propulsion systems for the past 48 years, is one of only five marine waterjet manufacturers in the world building waterjets to match engines to 4,000kW, with some 4,000+ applications on the water in more than 30 countries.

Stephan Jorgensen, Managing Director of Sea-Tek who has vast waterjet experience, commented that "Waterjet propulsion offers many advantages over conventional propeller propulsion, such as 'plug & play' installation, lower engine load factors, excellent safety, as well as the ability to operate in shallow waters without risk of damage. Waterjets are well suited to high speed applications and displacing vessels, with excellent manoeuvrability including an emergency stop system, together with station keeping and Dynamic Positioning features."

As customer satisfaction and service are important to Sea-Tek, a stock of waterjets and spare parts will be housed in Oslo for availability and immediate delivery to customers throughout Europe. In this way, Sea-Tek will be able to offer complete turnkey maritime solutions simplifying installation, supply, support, service, and reducing delivery times.


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