At Alphatron Marine there are always enough reasons to meet customers, even at this time. Alphatron Marine is introducing the revolutionary new JMR-611 radar this autumn as a successor to the very successful JMA-610 radar. In the current COVID-19 situation, this requires the necessary creativity for such an important introduction and that is why Alphatron Marine has set up a complete demobus with which we go on tour! Instead of inviting customers to one of the trade fairs, we now go to dealers and end-users.
The demobus is fully equipped with working setup. Do not be surprised if you see the Alphatron Marine demobus with a rotating radar on top. In addition to the new JMR-611 radar, also other products are present in the demobus. We can give you a fantastic demonstration of our inland shipping products on location such as the AlphaRiverTrackPilot, AlphaConning, new VHF, MFM-line instruments, and a beautiful setup, in which the very nice JMR-611 glass monitors are incorporated.
Naturally, we follow the COVID-19 guidelines drawn up by the government and RIVM and we have taken the necessary measures for this. If you are interested in a demonstration, please contact one of our dealers or contact the inland shipping department of Alphatron Marine directly.
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