Deep Trekker Opens New Company Office in Puerto Montt, Chile
Shannon Regan | May 22, 2019
Deep Trekker Inc., today announced the official opening of a new company office in Puerto Montt, Chile.
Deep Trekker Inc. announces the opening of a new company office in Puerto Montt, Chile
A strong year of growth, successful development and expansion into Latin America
May 22, 2019 – Kitchener, ON – Deep Trekker Inc, a Canadian based global provider and manufacturer of portable and durable submersible ROVs (Remote Operated Vehicles), today announced that it has opened a new company office in Chile located at Dr Martín 580, Puerto Montt, Los Lagos.
The new office strengthens the Deep Trekker presence in Chile and will manage the distribution of Deep Trekker products and services to the Latin American market. Deep Trekker SpA will offer the company’s complete range of submersible products, technical support, training services and customer service.
"For the past eight years Deep Trekker has experienced exceptional growth across the globe and we believe this success can be directly tied to developing products in close collaboration with our customers,” says Sam Macdonald, President, Deep Trekker. “Establishing a direct presence in Latin America will allow us to get even closer to our customers, and as a result, deliver innovative products based on the specific needs of the Latin American market."
"The team here in Chile is committed to growing the Deep Trekker brand through the delivery of high-quality, robust submersible ROVs and exceptional customer service,” says Cristian Aguilera, SpA Business Development Manager. “I am very excited to be part of the Deep Trekker family and look forward to supporting our unique customers."
The new office is a clear reflection of the company’s current state; a strong year of growth, successful development and expansion into Latin America. With the aquaculture industry in Chile being the third largest in the world, making up 12% of global production, Deep Trekker is committed to supporting aquaculture with purpose-built robots that will continue to address the small and large tasks from monitoring to inspection.
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