DDK Positioning enters into partnership with Charity & Taylor (Electronic Services) Ltd

Posted by Cara Lewis


DDK Positioning has entered into a strategic alliance with Charity & Taylor (C&T) to enhance their service offering globally. The partnership will see C&T distribute, install and service DDK's precise GNSS positioning solutions globally in the marine sector. 


With C&T, being owned by the Aage Hempel Group, a member of Grupo Arbulu it is one of the largest marine electronics group in the world. This partnership will act as an ‘enabler' to DDK Positioning, helping to push their services and expertise globally using C&T's established market presence and track record.  


Kevin Gaffney, DDK Positioning CEO based in Aberdeen, said: “This partnership is a fantastic fit for DDK Positioning. We are now in a position to provide our clients with our precise positioning solutions globally and we are delighted to formalise our working relationship with C&T with the signing of this new strategic alliance."


“To start the journey with such a strong and well-respected company such as C &T with their reach in the market makes great sense and we are looking forward to the journey that we will have together.” 


Rodger Perks, MD at C&T, comments: “Charity & Taylor is both well placed and highly regarded in the offshore support sector operating from Aberdeen, Grangemouth and Great Yarmouth. The business in Falmouth specializes in the high-end yacht market with equipment supply, support and installation, as well as satellite connectivity.” 


“This alliance will enable DDK Positioning to increase their presence globally and we're proud to work alongside them to better service our clients with a precise GNSS positioning solution.” 


DDK Positioning offers truly global, resilient delivery of precise GNSS positioning services to number of markets, including; offshore survey & construction, marine, agriculture, renewables, automotive, aviation and IoT. 

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