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# 18376 8-Jan-2008 16:52
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I currently have at work, four in vehicle hard wired units in conjunction with MDT's.

These are tracked in NZ via online OnlineAVL via Telecom at the moment.

I was looking to expand this into overseas units and was looking into options to do this.

I tried all the NZ numbers for Navman ie web site, CHCH phone book, and they all appear disconnected?????

Anyone got a local contact for Navman, just so I can see if the best option is to just expand what I have currently, or build new technology into my overseas units???



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  # 103598 8-Jan-2008 16:56
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Christchurch no longer operational for Navman, and my only contact has gone overseas to set up his own little navman project lol.

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  # 103599 8-Jan-2008 17:02
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zocster: Christchurch no longer operational for Navman, and my only contact has gone overseas to set up his own little navman project lol.

Hmmmm, Interesting Frown

Sounding very much like I should be looking at other options then, I dont really like not having local support if needed!


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  # 103601 8-Jan-2008 17:07
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Located in Auckland main number is 09 481 1600

Yes I am a employee of WxC (My Profile) ... but I do have my own opinions as well Wink


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  # 103604 8-Jan-2008 17:19
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Cheers, so they have retrenched to Auckland only????

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  # 103605 8-Jan-2008 17:21
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I believe they have seperated into 3 different companies and now have some offshore parts to their business, their main offices are in still in Northcote, Auckland

Yes I am a employee of WxC (My Profile) ... but I do have my own opinions as well Wink


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# 103645 8-Jan-2008 19:33
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A couple of years ago Navman was sold to Brunswick, an American company. Earlier this year the company was sold again to Mitac. Just today there's a press release that Mitac will rename its Mio business to Navman. I am going to post this soon.

In any case, Navman is based in Auckland.

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  # 103679 8-Jan-2008 21:32
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I've sent you a PM Alex. :)

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