Seakeeper continues to strengthen its worldwide sales and service support with its new facility in Raffles Marina in Singapore. The office will serve as a base for all company operations in Asia.
Phil Bourque, global account manager at Seakeeper commented, "We're taking a global approach to our business model. With sales and factory-direct support now in the region, and an expanding network of certified service and installation centers’, we're making a steadfast commitment to our customers in the Pacific Rim."
The Singapore facility rivals those in the West. Customers in Asia now have access to the full level of superior service that they've come to expect from the company.
Andrew Semprevivo, VP of sales and marketing at Seakeeper added, "This is a significant opportunity for Seakeeper; we have ambitious growth targets in the region. The business environment in Asia is global by nature, and we're responding in a very tangible way."
Seakeeper recently launched its expanded line of five gyro models that provide stability to boats from 9 to 67m. The actively controlled units reduce resonant roll by up to 90%. They draw minimal power, and are small, lightweight and virtually maintenance-free.
Seakeepers have been installed on over 2,000 boats worldwide.
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