It is with great pleasure and high expectations that JRC/Alphatron Marine Iberia has been assigned the task of managing JRC/Alphatron Marine accounts located in the African continent as per 1 January 2021.
JRC/Alphatron Marine Iberia will have full responsibility in supplying African Distributors and ProLine partners with equipment, service, spares, technical support, warranty management, training certification and all its related matters. From the new year, JRC/Alphatron Marine Iberia´s staff in Madrid will be ready to receive purchase orders and answer technical requests from our African customers including managing the challenging logistics involved.
As stated by Alberto Olmos, General Manager of the Madrid office: “After configuring a solid sales and service network in Spain, Portugal and north of Africa successfully, it was a natural step to include the rest of African partners in the equation. Our target is to make the JRC and Alphatron Marine names bigger and better in the African continent where JRC, as well as many other marine electronics brands, have had limited presence historically. For this ambitious challenge we count on our customers and they can count on us”.
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