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SubTech has a new Website!

Postby Thor » Thu Aug 12, 2010 1:58 pm

SubTech has a new website! Please take a look. Their products are top notch and are VERY resonably priced!

http://www.subtech.co/index.html
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Re: SubTech has a new Website!

Postby Sub culture » Thu Aug 12, 2010 2:17 pm

I'm confused. How does this tie in with the UK Subtech website?
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Re: SubTech has a new Website!

Postby Thor » Thu Aug 12, 2010 2:53 pm

Andy,

Dave Keogh, the owner of SubTech, has now relocated himself and the business to Malaysia.

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Re: SubTech has a new Website!

Postby Sub culture » Thu Aug 12, 2010 3:23 pm

That was Pandan model boats. My understanding was that the Subtech branch of the business was sold on to Robet Christison, and his website is still up and doing by the looks of it.

http://www.subtech.uk.com/
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Re: SubTech has a new Website!

Postby Thor » Thu Aug 12, 2010 4:04 pm

Andy,

I may be mistaken, but I think the ownership of SubTech, as per my correspondence with David Keogh, is still very much in David Keogh's capable hands.

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Re: SubTech has a new Website!

Postby Sub culture » Fri Aug 13, 2010 5:47 am

Well I distinctly remember the submarine side of things being sold on, and Dave Keogh continuing with Pandan, trading for some time afterwards selling stuff for targets.

With two 'Subtech's' kicking around, confusion is bound to arise.
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Re: SubTech has a new Website!

Postby Thor » Fri Aug 13, 2010 7:58 am

Andy,

I think Dave will have this all cleared up in short order.

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Re: SubTech has a new Website!

Postby ddkeo » Sun Aug 15, 2010 3:42 am

An important message regarding SubTech.

As there seems to be a great deal of confusion relating to the ownership of SubTech and its operations, I am making this statement to clarify the matter.
Rob Christison (known as SubTech RC - http://www.subtech.uk.com) does not own SubTech or have any rights to the SubTech name, designs, manufacturing rights, source code or its intellectual property. The ownership of SubTech (with the exception of the rights for the USS Albacore & USS Marlin kits, which have just been purchased by Matt Thor of Precision Pattern) still remains with myself and always has since I bought SubTech from Skip Asay in 2004.

As I do not wish for any of the members, viewers or administrators of the SubCommittee and of this forum to become involved, subjected or party to any internal matters that may involve either Rob Christison or me relating to the distribution of SubTech products. I am therefore removing reference to our agreement from this post until such time as this matter is resolved.

Sincerely,
David D Keogh - Principal of SubTech
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Re: SubTech has a new Website!

Postby redboat219 » Sun Aug 15, 2010 9:45 am

Thor wrote: Dave Keogh, the owner of SubTech, has now relocated himself and the business to Malaysia


Wow. That's pratically next door to where I live. :P
Cuts down on shipping cost if I need to order something. :D
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