Exalto Wiper Technologies now at Seascape Marine Services, Cape Town

Exalto Wiper technologies are world leads in the designer and supply of windscreen wiper product systems to the marine, rail, and specialty vehicle industries, and have now announced that Seascape Marine Services will represent them on the African continent.

Seascape Marine Services are committed to becoming the preferred supplier of leading quality, innovative propulsion and onboard power solutions, related products, and service to the African Maritime Market by providing sustainable and valuable solutions for the challenges their customers face.

Seascape, headquartered in Cape Town and with service centres strategically placed across Africa, bring a wealth of knowledge and experience in the distribution of technical equipment, servicing both marine and industrial markets.

“Seascape is proud to begin this new strategic partnership with EWT, providing our customers comprehensive access to EWT award winning product portfolio”, said Gavin Botha, Sales Manager at Seascape. “We have made significant investment within our organization to ensure that we offer our customers and suppliers a first-class service and market leading support. We are pleased that this has been recognized with the signing of this agreement. We see substantial growth potential for EWT and our valued trade customers.”

The customer support starts already from the project stage. As its natural development, an after sales service is granted.

“It is a pleasure to announce our partnership with Seascape Marine Services ,” said Andrew Pedlingham, Sales Manager. “Their values and brands promoted align with our own group, with a commitment to offering excellent customer service, dedicated technical support and high availability. Their teams share our passion for the marine industry, and we are looking forward to a long and prosperous business relationship.”

Further information from Seascape Marine Services


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