Auramarine Sign Sales Agreements with AMW and Nihon Digital Governor
Auramarine, the leading provider of fuel supply systems for the marine and power industries, announces new sales representative agreements with Dutch company AMW Marine and with Japanese company Nihon Digital Governor Co., Ltd.
The agreement authorises AMW Marine to sell and promote genuine Auramarine spare parts and fuel supply system retrofit services to ship owners and operators in the Netherlands and in Belgium.
“We appreciate AMW Marine’s experience from maritime equipment and their successful business in this sector since 1960’s. The company’s intensive collaboration with producers and users, and their approach to provide tailored solutions is very much like ours, and provides a good basis for the co-operation”, says Konstantinos Fakiolas, Director of Global Lifecycle Services at Auramarine Ltd.
“AMW Marine is known for its wide range of offering for marine systems, propulsion technology and related products and services. Auramarine’s range of spare parts and retrofit services complements our offering and we look forward to the co-operation”, states Rob Schut, owner of AMW Marine.
Under the terms of the agreement with Nihon Digital Governor Co., Ltd., the company is authorised to sell and promote Auramarine’s products for newbuilding market in Japan. “Because Nihon Digital Governor is specialising in engine control and related technologies, we are confident that the company is able to provide excellent support for the Japanese clients in their fuel supply system needs”, says Isto Sakkara, Director of Sales at Auramarine Ltd.
“By offering technical consulting and utilising superior instrumentation and technological innovations, Nihon Digital Governor serves its customers as a one stop shop, with detailed service that leads to stable and safe navigation of ships. Auramarine products support this idea and we look forward to offering their fuel supply systems to our existing and new clients”, concludes Sosuke Saito, President at Nihon Digital Governor.
The products and services herein described in this press release are not endorsed by The Maritime Executive.