Technology Stakeholders Sign MOU

Erik van Boom (left), managing director of Alphatron Marine and Arjen Vos (right), Terma vice president & general manager (Europe) during the signing ceremony. Photo: Alphatron Marine

Posted on December 3, 2020

Two technology stakeholders have formalised their partnership by signing a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU).

Alphatron Marine and Terma signed the MOU on 24 November to reaffirms the long-lasting cooperation between the two companies and expresses a mutual intention to strengthen and expand the partnership.

“As part of the agreement the parties will start planning how to set the framework for the cooperation within sales, integration, and service related to Terma’s C-Series, C-Flex Patrol and SCANTER radar solutions within the naval and maritime sector,” said the companies.

“With Terma as provider of mission critical systems and solutions and Alphatron Marine as multi-brand navigation/communication system integrator, effective and affordable solutions can be offered and supplied to our customers.”

In addition, further mutual business potential will be investigated as part of a long-term healthy partnership in current challenging economy.

Netherlands-headquartered Alphatron Marine, owned by Japan Radio Company (JRC) is a supplier of integrated bridge solutions, and producer of unique complementary products on the JRC portfolio.

Denmark based high-tech Terma Group develops products and systems for defense and non-defense security applications; including command and control systems, radar systems, self-protection systems for aircraft, space technology, and aerostructures for the aircraft industry.

By Rebecca Jeffrey

Source: maritimejournal