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Imtra signs distribution deal with Dutch light manufacturer

Den Haan Rotterdam makes lights for marine applications.

Den Haan Rotterdam makes lights for marine applications.

Imtra said it has partnered with Den Haan Rotterdam to bring the company’s marine lights to the United States.

“We are very pleased to partner with DHR and bring its line of high-quality navigation lights to our commercial and recreational marine customers,” Alex Larsen, vice president of commercial sales for Imtra, said in a statement. “Our pre-sale support helps customers design the navigational lighting solution that is best suited for them and every installation will benefit from the quality and reliability that DHR products offer.”

A 95-year-old, family-run company based in the Netherlands, DHR makes lights that include conventional and LED series and Arctic lights. Its navigation light control systems feature panels to monitor and control more than 48 lights. DHR lights are designed for use by commercial vessels, including dredgers, workboats, offshore supply boats, tugs, fast crew supply vessels and luxury yachts.

“With Imtra, we found a solid partner to sell and support our products in the North American market,” said Dignus Den Haan, managing director of Den Haan Rotterdam. “Imtra has distinguished itself as a leader in customer service and support. They are the ideal partner to bring our products to this vital market.”

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