C A Clase is rewarded at KVH Distributor Awards
21 November 2009
One of the UK’s leading distributors of marine electronics for leisure and commercial users, C A Clase, has received two prestigious awards from KVH on Monday 16th November at the company’s annual distributor awards. The two awards recognised C A Clase for achieving the largest total turnover in Europe, as well as selling the most TracVision systems in Europe for 2009.
“We are extremely pleased and honoured to win not only one but two KVH Europe distributor awards. We are now in our 10th year of selling KVH TracVision products and are particularly proud to be recognised for our sales success in 2009 despite the current market situation. The popularity of the TracVision systems not only demonstrates the quality of the product but also the high level of service that we believe is a key reason why customers continue to return to both the KVH and C A Clase brands,” comments Andrew Bush, Managing Director, CA Clase UK Ltd.
The KVH TracVision systems allow yachts to benefit from high quality satellite television from any destination. KVH were one of the initial manufactures to pioneer the first modern digital satellite television system and has continued to develop the most easy to use and reliable products in the industry. The TracVision systems are available in a range of sizes for use on board a variety of ships. Prices start from £2169.56 for the TracVision M2.
Based in Hampshire, C A Clase is the sole distributor of the KVH product range in the UK. For more information on C A Clase and the KVH TracVision range, please visit www.caclase.co.uk
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