MIT launch at Seawork
With a new product to introduce to the commercial marine market, MIT occupied two stands at Seawork 2013.
The new range of Seaworker AC Electric Thrusters is a result of a further collaboration between CMC Marine and MIT and provides AC state-of-the-art powered thrusters from 18 to 130kW suitable for either new build or retro fitted.
Marine & Industrial Transmissions’ Sales & Marketing Director Martin Jackson commented: “We have been really pleased with the overall response to the new products which have generated interest among both existing and new customers. For MIT, Seawork was the perfect launch platform for the products.”
The first day of the show saw MIT announce a new product to their portfolio: the Dyena Acceleration Recorder (DaccR). The DaccR is a device that provides information on vehicles or equipment position, performance and shock-loads. All data is processed internally and presented in a clear and logical manner, allowing easy comparison for different vessels and equipment set-ups. Many of MIT’s customers showed an interest in the product.
The main MIT stand was also well attended and, this year, instead of displaying some of the large items of equipment that MIT represents, the stand featured special 3D digital print outs of many of the products, freeing up space for meetings.
MIT is well-known for representing many respected brands in the marine sector, including Twin Disc, Rubber Design, Transfluid, Technodrive, Nico and Rolla. MIT’s stand at Seawork also provided the opportunity for members of those companies to visit the MIT team and see the UK commercial marine market at work.
MIT will be back at Seawork 2014 and will confirm new products joining the portfolio nearer the time.
More information at www.mitgroup.co.uk
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