Hatteland Display expanding U.S. presence

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Hatteland Display, a world leader in marine displays and computers, has embarked on a strategy to expand its activity in the United States yachting and commercial markets.

The company recently joined the National Marine Electronics Association (NMEA) and will make its flagship product line available to U.S. consumers for the first time through its new and expanding network of dealers. Local stocking and service facilities also have been implemented in Florida.

“Due to growing demand, we are opening up new channels in the U.S. to help us get closer to the end user, both in shipping and in the recreational sector," says David Neal, Sales Manager Yacht Division-USA. “We also understand the importance of local stocking and service, which is why we have made new arrangements in the state of Florida."

Based in Nedre Vats, Norway, Hatteland Display has been in the marine display and computer business for nearly 20 years. It has built up a reputation of quality products and service in the commercial, naval and yachting industries, working directly with boatbuilders, designers and system integrators. The company also holds type approvals for its entire range of products.

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