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.
An item in Thursday’s Trade Only Today incorrectly said Donovan Marine added a distributor. Donovan Marine will distribute OMC SysteMatched parts and accessories, such as proprietary gear sets, lower units, oil and other related products, through an exclusive territory agreement, the company announced. Click here for the full release.
The majority of marine distributors have seen an increase in the total sales volume of marine accessories this year, and most expect that trend to continue in 2011, according to the National Marine Distributors Association’s recent state-of-the-industry survey. Fifty-five percent of those who responded said the total sales volume of marine accessories was up this…more
Crook & Crook Fishing, Electronics and Marine Supplies recently released its new catalog featuring more than 550 new products. “This catalog really says what Crook & Crook represents. We are more than just a tackle store,” owner KC Crook said in a statement. “We are proud to show the breadth and quality of the products…more
Fishunt Essentials LLC will represent the products of Sentry Solutions, a manufacturer of dry lubrication in military, law enforcement, firearms and outdoor sporting markets, in Southeast and Midwest states. Fishunt is a manufacturer’s representative group that markets, promotes, and sells products to dealers, distributors, and chain stores in Florida, Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi, South Carolina, North…more
Indiana Marine Products recently signed a supply agreement with Marsh Electronics. Marsh Electronics, a supplier of electro-mechanical products, has developed a vendor-managed program on electrical components in the IMP facility in Angola, Ind. “IMP is aggressively building the most effective and efficient supply chain and logistics system in the industry,” IMP CEO Mike Peters said…more
BoaterSupply.com announced it is entering the global online world of marine electronics. “We plan to carry the largest selection of fishfinders, chart plotters, GPS systems, boating supplies and marine electronics online, while providing our customers with top-of-the-line customer service that most online retailers seem to lack,” Devin Gilliland of BoaterSupply.com said in a statement. Gilliland…more
Environmental & Marine Equipment & Consulting, distributor for EMP Industries, changed its corporate name to Elias Environmental Solutions. In addition, Elias Environmental was appointed mid-Atlantic regional representation for Premier Materials, and a representative for Kyoto Containment Systems. “The addition of these two excellent lines will position us very well to continue to serve our growing…more
Atlantic Marketing Company in Stonington, Conn., will be representing Sea-Dog Line, a leading manufacturer and importer of marine equipment and accessories. Based out of Everett, Wash., Sea-Dog started in the early 1930s by Hans Bronson Sneve, who showcased his wares on the M.V. Sea-Dog, also known as the “Boat-Show-Boat”, one of a twin pair of…more
Scandvik announced that it will be the exclusive distributor of Planus Electric Head Systems for the United States, Canada and the Caribbean. Planus is headed by Marco Giovannini, who designed the first vortex system for marine use in the early 1990s, according to a release from Scandvik. The company strives to address many of the…more
Boat Parts Source, a supplier of aftermarket marine parts and accessories, launched a new Web site. The new site features a tool for looking up Mercury and MerCruiser products – a function that will be expanded to include other OEM manufacturers as the site evolves. Other product categories include propellers, electronics and accessories – from…more