EIVA in Indonesia Representative Deal with Geotronix

The Danish software and hardware engineering specialist EIVA has welcomed PT Geotronix Pratama Indonesia to its network of representatives as of January 2016.

Geotronix, a survey technology provider, will offer its customers in Indonesia both EIVA hardware and software solutions. This cooperation should strengthen EIVA’s activities in Southeast Asia.

“Geotronix’s years of industry experience, dedication, and proficiency make them a valuable partner, and we very much look forward to working with them to strengthen our presence in Southeast Asia,” said EIVA sales director Jakob Møller Nielsen.

Geotronix, which EIVA has worked with on previous occasions, will take on the promotion of EIVA’s full suite of products and solutions in Indonesia.

“The new sales representative agreement between EIVA and Geotronix has boosted our enthusiasm and optimism to face upcoming challenges in 2016 and beyond. We believe that this strategic cooperation is going to be mutually beneficial, not only for Geotronix and EIVA but also for our stakeholders in the region. We feel that this collaboration will not only enrich the marine surveying industry in Indonesia, but bring our customers’ experience to a whole new level,” said Geotronix managing director Fajar Setio Adi.

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