Raytheon Anschütz opens in Brazil
Paul Robbe, managing director of the new Raytheon Anschuetz do Brasil Siestemas Maritimos Ltda
German bridge and navigation supplier, Raytheon Anschütz has opened a subsidiary, Raytheon Anschuetz do Brasil Sistemas Marítimos Ltda, in Rio de Janeiro.
The opening of the new company this month will expand Raytheon Anschütz’s sales and service activities in South America. Brazilian shipowners and shipyards will receive maritime system integration and after sales services from Raytheon Anschüetz do Brasil.
Paul Robbe, managing director, Raytheon Anschüetz do Brasil, said: “With the opening of Raytheon Anschüetz do Brasil, we are taking an important step to secure the best possible local customer support in this region, with a particular focus on the shipbuilding and offshore industry.”
The company’s offerings will include gyro compasses, autopilots and steering systems, radars, ECDIS and integrated bridge systems. It will offer also offer construction of consoles, installation of equipment and after sales support service as well as pre-sale consultancy regarding IMO recommendations, class requirements and operational needs.
Over the next few years, the company hopes to become the centre for navigation and maritime systems integration in South America.
For offshore customers, Raytheon Anschüetz do Brasil will offer customised surveillance and security solutions.
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