New distributor and service provider for Scanmar

Scanmar Director, Ulf Lundvall, and Enaradio Director, José Antonio Cambeiro Scanmar Director, Ulf Lundvall, and Enaradio Director, José Antonio Cambeiro

Advanced catch control systems manufacturer, Scanmar, has appointed Enaradio SL to look after its customers in Spain and Portugal.

Enaradio will have certified technicians, as well as an extensive stock of equipment and spare parts, to supply and service the Spanish and Portuguese fleets.

Enaradio specialises in marine and naval electronics, navigation and communication equipment and the maintenance of such equipment. The company also has proven capacity to advise and present bridge solutions to shipowners and shipyards.

The company has 11 employees, led by director José Antonio Cambeiro, all of which have extensive experience from the maritime and naval sector. Enaradio’s offices are located in Vigo and it also has a branch office in Santa Uxía de Riveira (A Coruña).

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