Position Partners offers Sokkia across WA

By on 30 June, 2015
Position Partners WA

Pictured, left to right: Bernard Cecchele (Position Partners WA Sales Manager), Darryl Shields (Position Partners Sokkia Sales Consultant), Greg Frankish (Sokkia Regional Sales Manager Australasia) and Garry MacPhail (Position Partners WA Regional Manager).

 

3D positioning solutions company Position Partners has extended its product portfolio to include the complete range of Sokkia survey systems for customers in Western Australia.

Sokkia’s product range includes the new high performance GCX2 dual frequency GNSS receiver. The GRX2 GNSS receiver also gives users the flexibility of RTK performance, a network rover option or use as a static receiver.

In addition to the GNSS products available, the full suite of total station solutions is available, including the FX, CX and SET60 reflectorless series and the SX and DX robotic options.

Sokkia offers both digital and automatic solutions for levelling applications, combining highly accurate measurement with robust, easy to operate hardware.

Sokkia’s hardware is powered by MAGNET Field, Office and Enterprise software solutions, enabling users to connect, share and collaborate across field and office tasks.

“We are delighted to offer the Sokkia range to our WA customers, with a dedicated sales specialist based in our Perth office along with a team of experts that can assist with training, support, calibrations and repairs,” said Garry MacPhail, Position Partners’ WA Regional Manager and Positioning Solutions Business Manager.

Position Partners is already the exclusive Australian distributor for Topcon machine control and positioning systems, FARO laser scanning products, Carlson mining and landfill solutions and MAVinci and Ascending Technologies Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS).

For more information about Sokkia products, contact Position Partners’ Perth office on +61 (0)8 6241 4700 or visit the Position Partners website.

 

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