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.

RV supplier enters the marine market

Dicor Corp., a longtime supplier for the RV industry, is entering the marine market. Directed by its Seal Design affiliate, the expansion will bring a range of new components and aftermarket offerings to marine manufacturers and dealers, including a number of products Dicor recently introduced to the RV market, the company said. Initial product offerings…more

Caframo opens distribution center in Holland

Ontario, Canada-based Caframo, a manufacturer of marine fans, cabin heaters and accessories, recently opened a distribution center in Katwijk, Netherlands, to improve service to its customers across Europe. “For our European customers, our new facility in the Netherlands will mean faster deliveries, fixed transportation costs and reduced costs overall,” Caframo consumer products sales and marketing…more

Accon Marine adds website features

Accon Marine redesigned its website and now features a Dealer Portal to better update authorized dealers on pricing information. With improved navigation, customers can find just the products they need. More photos and product descriptions better assist consumers on Accon’s complete line of stainless-steel hardware and accessories. An updated Frequently Asked Questions section provides maintenance…more

Marketing firm celebrates 25th anniversary

Cressy Marketing is celebrating its 25th year as a manufacturers’ representative in the marine and RV industries. Founded in 1986 with no product lines, Ray Cressy went to the IMTEC show in Chicago to introduce himself to the industry. Today, Cressy Marketing, based in Mishawaka, Ind., represents 21 companies in the Great Lakes region. Jim…more

Wexco Industries names sale rep

William F. Miller & Associates announced a new sales partnership with Wexco Industries. “We have had the distinct opportunity to work previously with George H. Pollok of Wexco Industries. Under his leadership, I am confident Wexco, teamed with William F. Miller & Associates, can dominate the marine windshield wiper market in short order,” Joe Miller,…more

PW Brands joins marine OEM market

PW Brands is expanding into the marine OEM market, the company announced. “Having established itself as a successful manufacturer of towers, board racks, speakers, light bars and tower accessories, center console T-tops and boat covers, the company is well-positioned to provide OEMs with an unmatched collection of products backed by a fully staffed customer service…more

Medart Marine opens Alabama office

Medart Marine announced it has a new location in Mobile, Ala. The new facility is 35,000 square feet of finished offices and warehouse on 14 acres. The operation will house nine local Medart associates supporting five territory managers that have accounts in the northern Gulf Coast region. “After being rocked by Hurricane Katrina, shortly after…more

Tipton Design adds Southeast sales rep

Tipton Design and Engineering, specializing in the design, engineering and manufacture of products for the marine, energy and home products industries, partnered with Survey and Mapping Inc. to represent Tipton in the marine industry for the Southeast region, the company announced. “Chad Goodwin, the founder and CEO of Survey and Mapping Inc., has been a…more

RivetKing brand offered in Japan

Industrial Rivet & Fastener Co., a global manufacturer, distributor and importer of rivets and fasteners, opened a distribution and service center in Japan. “The decision to promote the RivetKing brand in the Japanese marketplace made perfect sense,” RivetKing Japan sales manager Takahiro Ouchi said in a statement. “Their reputation for service and quality control are…more

NMDA survey shows optimism for 2012

Most members of the National Marine Distributors Association said they expect 2012 to be an up year for marine accessory sales, compared with 2011, according to the group’s annual State of the Industry survey. The results show that 78 percent say next year will improve upon the current year. Twenty-two percent say sales should be…more

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