The following is a letter from the Triton President and CEO about Nautilus-Hyosung aquiring Triton.
July 30, 2008
Delivered via e-mail
Dear Triton Customers,
We are pleased to announce that Triton and Nautilus-Hyosung have signed an agreement for Nautilus-Hyosung to acquire Triton. We are excited about the opportunity to join forces to deliver the most comprehensive and innovative ATM offering and to continue to deliver excellent customer service.
Upon closing of the transaction Triton will continue to operate as a separate entity under the Triton brand. Importantly, the same sales and service team who have performed for you in the past will continue to be your sales and service team.
Additionally, we currently intend to continue to operate our Long Beach manufacturing facility and Memphis service center.
Our first priority will remain providing you with the highest quality products and service.
Please feel free to call me or your Triton sales representative at 1 (800) 367-7191 or +1 (228) 868-1317 if you have any questions.
On behalf of Triton, we want to thank you in advance for your continuing relationship and support.
Bill Johnson President and CEO
Click here to read a full article about the deal.
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