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McMurdo signs distribution deal with Survitec Group

McMurdo signed a contract with Survitec Group, manufacturers and distributors for the marine, offshore, defense and aerospace survival technology industries.
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McMurdo signed a contract with Survitec Group, manufacturers and distributors for the marine, offshore, defense and aerospace survival technology industries.

The three-year contract means Survitec will be a major McMurdo global distributor and a provider of maintenance and repair servicing.

“We are very pleased to be continuing our successful partnership with Survitec,” McMurdo UK managing director Justine Heeley said in a statement. “Survitec’s global reach and unrivaled market knowledge will be instrumental in helping us expand into new markets, develop innovative solutions and, ultimately, save more lives.”

“McMurdo’s product range and reputation for high quality and innovation makes it the perfect partner for us. Survitec Group has a presence in over 600 locations around the world through our expansive network of channel partners,” Survitec chief procurement officer Frank Moffatt said.

“This, coupled with the 50 Survitec service facilities worldwide, will enable us to increase McMurdo’s global coverage, improve customer service levels and help maximize business growth.”

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