May 10, 2017

Dolphin Charger at NAVEXPO in Port of Lorient, France

ORIENT (France), 10 May 2017 - Dolphin Charger is present at NAVEXPO “Maritime Business Meeting” (second edition) in the Port of Lorient (France) from 10-12 May 2017. The latest Dolphin Charger products and OEM solutions will be presented to the French players in the professional marine sector. Dolphin will be represented on its French distributor’s stand, REYA.

French NAVEXPO is an Interactive business meeting with onboard visits, sea trials and demonstrations in the harbor and on stands. It gathers international maritime players.

Dolphin Charger started operations in 1995 near the shores of the Annecy Lake in the French Alps. It is now a proud member of the Eight Lakes Group. The Eight Lakes Group (with headquarters in Breda/NL and Antwerp/BEL and companies in Belgium, Netherlands, France and Taiwan) is a trusted supplier of products and solutions for the industrial and professional markets with a turnover of EUR 65 M.

www.8-lakes.com
http://navexpo.com

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