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SRH announces strategic agreements across various markets

Leading maritime services provider SRH Marine Electronics has signed a rash of strategic agreements with various partners to supply various types of marine equipment to a range of markets across the world.

Prime among this is the agreement between SRH Marine and Spain-based Aage Hempel Group to set up a new joint venture service company in Cyprus with the intention of providing an extensive worldwide service network as well as offer SRH Marine's Bridge Technical Management (BRI.TE.M) solutions.

"We had been looking for a high quality global service partner when Aage Hempel approached us to ask about offering their service to the market and clients," said SRH Marine md Kostas Sismanidis.

"From the beginning both parties clearly identified the tremendous synergies and the high value we could offer together to the market, so we decided to join forces and the outcome has been the creation of this new company," concluded Sismanidis.

Yet another joint venture contract with Zhoushan Jason Trade will see the development of the SRH newbuilding wheelhouse console and marine power supply units for the Chinese newbuilding market.

And finally, SRH Marine also announced the first BRI.TE.M agreements signed with five major shipping companies.

The agreements with Starbulk, Petrochem General Management, Seaworld Management and Trading, Contships Management and Golden Union will see them getting an integrated solution to bridge technical management.

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