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AAE's 400th USBL System Sale Bound for Canada

18th December, 2014 | 1 minute read
By Gavin Willoughby, Business Development Manager

With a long career in technical sales, marketing and management, Gavin joined applied acoustics as sales manager in 2004. Committed to delivering the best possible customer service, he has overseen the company’s international growth alongside Adam, culminating in two Queen’s Awards for exporting achievement.

Another milestone was reached recently when Applied Acoustics’ sold its 400th USBL system to its long standing Canadian distributor, ROMOR Ocean Solutions based in Nova Scotia. The system, the Spread Spectrum rack-mount Nexus, is bound for the Canadian Department of Fisheries and Oceans (DFO) located in St John’s, Newfoundland. This organisation provides a variety of diverse services to clients in the region including fish harvesters, the shipping industry, port authorities, environmentalists and the scientific community.

Sales Representative Evan Aalders was pleased he’d secured the 400th sale, having recently been over to the UK for training. “The Nexus system, the top of the range from Applied Acoustics, has high accuracy performance, versatility and an ease of operation that is difficult to match” he said.

Evan’s training also included an introduction to the Applied Acoustics’ V-Nav positioning system for multiple seabed targets and a preview of the new Micro beacons that will be unveiled at Subsea Expo in Aberdeen early in 2015.

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