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STADT Expands into US Market

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Posted by Michelle Howard

Norwegian firm STADT AS said it has signed an agreement with W.A. Technical Sales Inc. for represntation in the Gulf of Mexico region.

The deal, signed during the last WorkBoat Show in New Orleans, is part of a worldwide expansion of STADT`s sales team, targeting the maritime market globally.

The STADT Lean Drive technology is an extremely reliable patented technology used for many kinds of electric ship propulsion solutions, where the power sources can be arranged in many ways and combinations, such as LNG, MDO, HFO, batteries and fuel cells for instance.

The drive technology is scalable from small to very high power rating, in any voltage class from 230 V up to 15 kV, without the use of big and heavy transformers.

W.A. Technical Sales Inc. has for years been representing a variety of high quality maritime products in the GOM, with a majority made in Norway.

Bill Meyer, CEO at W.A. Tech. - believes that the unique STADT technology holds major potential in the U.S. in years to come.

Jan 10, 2018


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