NMDA and Distributors

The National Marine Distributors Association is the leading trade association for U.S. and Canadian marine products distributors. Members include major distributors, many leading product manufacturers and manufacturer representatives.

Dealer and Distributors

This week’s roundup of dealers and distributors includes news from Jamestown Distributors and Northport Systems. Rhode Island-based Jamestown Distributors added The Kanberra Group’s Kanberra Gel and Kanberra Spray all-natural air purifiers to its catalog of boating supplies. “Jamestown Distributors has supplied and assisted boaters for more than 30 years, and they really know their stuff,”…more

ARI Network Services honored by Wisconsin business publication

Marketing software creator ARI Network Services was recognized in The Business Journal’s Top 25 List as one of Wisconsin’s fastest-growing public companies. “It’s an honor to be included in the Top 25 List this year,” ARI president and CEO Roy Olivier said in a statement. “Despite a sluggish economy in the vertical markets we serve,…more

Marine Products International adds West Coast rep

Ohio-based Marine Products International appointed Silverlake West Co., of Huntington Beach, Calif., as its West Coast aftermarket representative. “This is a perfect fit for MPI and our agency,” Silverlake West president Rick Silverlake said in a statement. “We have a long-standing record for MPI producing results in OEM business and we are going to use…more

Windrider adds distributors in Europe and Australia

WindRider Trimarans added new distributors internationally as its export markets expand, the company announced. Minnesota-based WindRider added distribution in Portugal, Spain and western Australia. “Export markets continue to expand as our brand becomes well known around the world.” WindRider International president Dean Sanberg said in a statement. Australia sales have grown with the addition of…more

Brownell Trailers names Midwest sales rep

Fairhaven, Mass.-based Brownell Trailers chose Coatney Sales to represent the company’s product lines in the Great Lakes and Midwest region. Based in Fremont, Ind., the CSI team has more than 50 years of combined experience representing manufacturers of marine OEM and aftermarket products. Brownell makes hydraulic boat trailers and ROK boat stands. Click here for…more

Dealers & Distributors

Sea-Fire announced the addition of Previnave, of Portugal, to its team of distributors. Based in Vialonga, Previnave performs services in all Portuguese ports, ensuring that all of its products comply with applicable standards and legislation. Since its founding in 1998, Previnave has supplied customers with fire, rescue and safety products and services to the maritime…more

Furrion adds distribution center in U.K.

Furrion says its new distribution center in the United Kingdom will speed deliveries of the company’s goods, which include shore-power and audio-visual products, to customers in the U.K. and Europe. At the start of the 2012 Marine Equipment Trade Show in Amsterdam the marine electrical products manufacturer announced the opening of a distribution center in…more

Perko names Midwest sales rep

Perko Inc. said Munzinger & Co. will represent its line of marine lights, hardware and accessories in Missouri, Kansas, Iowa, Nebraska, southern Illinois and the Dakotas. The Munzinger sales agency, based in Springfield, Mo., serves customers and manufacturers over a 13-state area in the central and Midwestern United States. It specializes in marine products and…more

Marine distributors announce merger

Lorenz & Jones Marine Distributors of Ankeny, Iowa, and LVP Distribution of Anaheim, Calif., recently announced their merger. Customers and suppliers of the companies can expect “business as usual in the near term and a broadening of product lines in the months and years ahead,” according to a statement issued by Ray Lorenz and Chip…more

Safety equipment provider opens U.S. service centers

Ocean Safety, a U.K.-based marine safety equipment supplier, opened service centers in Rhode Island and Florida. Ocean Safety said the two centers — LRSE, based in Tiverton, R.I., and Lifeline, in Miami — are well-established outlets of marine safety equipment for the U.S. market. Ocean Safety said its training manager, Chris Waterman, visited both companies…more

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