KOREC teams up with Wingtra in new distributor agreement

KOREC Group announced that it has signed an agreement to become the latest distributor to join the Swiss company’s global network of suppliers.

The agreement will see KOREC strengthening its existing fixed wing portfolio to include the WingtraOne, a premium survey drone that offers vertical take-off, PPK geo-referencing and a high-resolution payload for the consistent delivery of the high-quality data required for mapping and survey specific applications.

KOREC will build on this distributor role to establish a network of Wingtra dealers in the UK.

Mark Reid, UK Sales Director, KOREC said: “Wingtra is a world leading fixed wing mapping drone producer and its commitment to the advancement of the WingtraOne platform is truly impressive. This Wingtra ethos of continual development perfectly aligns with KOREC’s dynamic. The WingtraOne drone has already established itself as a reliable and trusted technology, making it an ideal match for our existing Trimble and K-MATIC solutions. With upcoming developments on the horizon, we look forward to working with Wingtra for a successful future.”

Adam Box, Regional Sales Manager UK, Wingtra said: “There is such a strong synergy between the technical solutions KOREC provides and the Wingtra solution that we couldn’t be happier with this new partnership and the opportunities that it will generate.  The future looks bright and exciting and I cannot wait to help them paint the sky orange.”

KOREC will offer a full WingtraOne distributor service including sales, training and support throughout the UK and Ireland.

 

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