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Hatteland Display widens Service Network in Singapore

Allied eParts Pte. Ltd. (AEP) with its premises in Singapore joins the Hatteland Display worldwide service network after signing a contract with the leading marine display and computer manufacturer during Sea Asia in April 2015.

AEP will be ready to perform warranty and non-warranty workshop repairs on behalf of Hatteland Display, following the full training of AEP's Service engineers at the Norway premises of Hatteland Display and the set-up of the Service location including a wide variety of spare parts.

The agreement gives the highly valued customers of Hatteland Display the opportunity for extended access and faster response in service matters for standard and customer specific products of the Norwegian Manufacturer. 

Mr. Goetz Vogelmann, Sales Director Hatteland Display and Mr. Lawrence Low, Managing Director Allied eParts
"For many years, AEP and Hatteland Display have been cooperating in China as well as in Singapore where AEP offers Logistic support. Having close and open access to our top quality products is of vital interest to our customers. The improvement of the Total-Cost-of-Ownership (TCO) of our products include fast reaction on terms of deliveries and after-sales-services. We greatly enjoy the dedication and ambitions of AEP to help increase our business relations with our customers."', comments Goetz Vogelmann, Sales Director, Hatteland Display.

"This agreement will enhance our relationship with Hatteland Display. We are always looking to deepen our partnership with our key manufacturers, like Hatteland Display. It provides better and efficient service support to our customers.", comments Lawrence Low, Managing Director, Allied eParts. 

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