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15 July 2007

CODAR Europe Opens Its Doors        CODAR Europe logo

CODAR Ocean Sensors Ltd., with headquarters in California, has established a European office to provide highest quality local sales and technical support within the region.

CODAR Europe staff, located in Madrid, Spain, will work with local representatives within Europe to assist customers on technical planning prior to system deployment, host a variety of educational events, and provide client technical support and onsite engineering services throughout the region.

There are over 130 SeaSondes® deployed in the U.S. alone, and within this framework a large, highly experienced user base has evolved that has synergistic effects. The North American user community benefits both from company contact and frequent interactions with other experienced users. As the SeaSonde presence on European and African continents is growing, this user community also has the same potential to benefit from each other's experience and company contact while successfully establishing robust, large-scale SeaSonde networks that serve both operational and research pursuits. By opening a European office, CODAR company is taking the steps that will enable European and African users to reach their maximum potential and have immediate access to expert training and support services.

For further information or specific project advice, contact CODAR Europe manager, Mr. Andres Alonso-Martirena Tornos, at phone +34 911263423, e-mail Alternately, you may contact Laura Pederson Director of Marketing at CODAR Ocean Sensors headquarters, phone +1 (408) 773-8240 x15, e-mail




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