WHEREVER YOU NAVIGATE. WE ARE WITH YOU
Dedicated Support Around the Clock
How to Make Good Service Better
“Our goal is to offer customers the highest first time fix rate in the market.” The key to success is global spare part availability – and to always have a competent and dedicated technician assigned for the job. Read more about Raytheon Anschütz' global service support!
Worldwide Customer Service
24/7/365 Technical Service -
please e-mail us or call:
Europe / Rest of World (24h):
+49 171 6510708 (KEL)
+49 171 3034853 (HAM/BRV)
+65 8298 8844 (SG)
The Americas (24h):
+507 66 72 76 76 (PA)
Raytheon Anschütz Panama
Raytheon Anschuetz Panama is the customer support, spare parts and service coordination center for navigation and communication equipment for Panama, Central- and South- America and the Caribbean.
If you need a highly qualified service provider in this area, please follow this link:
Raytheon Anschütz Singapore
Raytheon Anschuetz Singapore offers service coordination, spare parts, technical service and a variety of maintenance and support services for navigation and communication systems. If you need a highly qualified service provider in Singapore and South East Asia, please follow this link:
New ECDIS Regulations - Action Required
In August 2015, the IEC published a new ECDIS test standard and at the same time the IHO published a new Presentation Library. Current users will have to upgrade their ECDIS until 31 August 2016 latest to be compliant with the latest standards and ECDIS carriage requirements. More information and advise how to access a cost effective, future safe upgrade path: New ECDIS Regulations
About Raytheon Anschütz
More than 100 years ago we were the inventor of the gyro compass. Today we are a leading supplier of Integrated Navigation Systems (INS) and navigation equipment for the shipping and shipbuilding market. Our brands Anschütz and Raytheon enjoy international reputation, standing for reliability and safety in navigation as well as for personal and predictable service support during the ship's life cycle.