08.20.2008 12:00 AM
Vinten Radamec boosts service support in Germany
Vinten Radamec has announced plans to extend the company's service support team for the German market, with the appointment of Hans-Dieter Theil as Technical Support Engineer.

Theil has been promoted from within the Vitec Group, having originally worked for RDS Lichttechnik. In his new role, Theil will cover the installation, maintenance and service of all Vinten Radamec and Fusion range broadcast robotics equipment. He will work closely with customers in the German market delivering a complete service from trouble shooting and repairs to on-site training for customers installing new Vinten Radamec and Fusion robotics systems.

"We are delighted that Hans has joined our Vinten Radamec technical service team in Germany. He is an excellent addition to the team which will now deal directly with all our customers and potential customers' needs, as Vinten Radamec's service partnership with Cine TV has now ended," said Stan Gosling, Senior Service Manager Europe, Middle East & Asia for Vitec Group. "Germany is a very important market for the Vinten Radamec and Fusion ranges. Broadcast robotics are seen here as delivering a range of benefits for broadcasters and our systems are recognized for their future proof nature and system architecture. Strengthening our customer service and support team with appointments like Hans, underlines our long term commitment to the German market."

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