Jotron signs frame agreement with grupoarbulu

by / Monday, 16 February 2015 / Published in Corporate, News

Jotron AS, a leading manufacturer of professional communication systems for land, sea and air safety, has signed a sales frame agreement with Spanish group grupoarbulu.

grupoarbulu is comprised of specialists within the fields of marine electronics, satellite communication and IT on board. Being one of the largest marine electronic groups in Europe, grupoarbulu is currently represented by Aage Hempel, NAUTICAL, SMD, Marine Instruments, NAVTEAM and e3s. The group includes member companies in 14 countries.

Jotron is now the preferred supplier of EPIRBS, SART, handheld GMDSS VHF, AIS and Phontech internal communication systems to grupoarbulu. The agreement also includes full product service and support.

Jotron leads the way in global maritime safety technology and our customer portfolio is constantly growing in all parts of the world. This reflects a successful market strategy and the best choice of partners,” says Rolf Andreas Wallin, Director Sales and Marketing Jotron. ”We are delighted to sign this frame agreement with partner grupoarbulu. The agreement will be of huge benefit to our global customers.”

“Throughout our group of companies, we are committed to offering our clients the best solutions tailored to their specific needs,” says Iñaki Arbulu, CEO & MD grupoarbulu. “Jotron products and systems are associated with high quality and top performance and represent state of the art products within these market segments. We are certain that the new agreement will result in a fruitful business relationship.”

About Jotron AS (
Jotron AS is a privately owned Norwegian company founded in 1967 offering:
·        Maritime safety and search & rescue communication equipment
·        Internal communication systems for ships
·        Safety communication systems for maritime and offshore applications
·        Shore to ship communication products and systems
·        ATC ground to air radio communication products and systems for civil aviation and      military use
·        Recording and replay systems

Jotron’s head office is based in Larvik, Norway. Jotron Group has 250 employees with locations in Lithuania, Norway, Singapore, the United Kingdom and the United States of America.

About grupoarbulu(
grupoarbulu goals of innovation and quality are achieved by pooling resources and expertise and is formed by NAUTICAL (, Aage Hempel Group (, Marine Instruments (, e3s (, SMD ( and NAVTEAM (, all of them marine electronic leaders in each segment of the market.

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