SeaDek certifies 10 in NZApr 28, 2017 by Triton Staff
SeaDek has certified 10 new SeaDek Installers in New Zealand. Working in partnership with SeaDek certified fabricator Batavian Rubber, the new installers will provide custom SeaDek patterning and installation for boat builders, marinas and end-users.
SeaDek owners and SeaDek factory CAD technicians recently traveled to Batavian’s New Zealand headquarters to conduct a training program for the new installers, which included in-depth hands-on instruction on SeaDek’s digital patterning processes, CAD design, and advanced installation techniques, preparing them for SeaDek applications in the field. The company says customers will benefit from dramatically reduced lead times.
For more information, visit www.seadek.com.
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