Electronics maker Garmin uses its media show-and-tell to demonstrate an array of new, innovative products...more
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Consumers are demanding increasing sophistication from the boats they buy, reflecting the conveniences and advances they have come to expect in modern automobiles. Marine technology companies are responding, developing smarter and more sophisticated electronics, cleaner, quieter and more powerful engines, and pod drives and joystick systems.
Yamaha Marine Group introduced its new 5.3-liter F350C, which now provides five years of limited warranty coverage.
Yamaha Marine Group announced Tuesday new mechanical control versions of its 225- and 250-hp 4.2-liter V6 Offshore outboards, available as the F250XB in both left and right-hand rotation, and the F225XB in right-hand rotation only.
Next Generation Marine, a marine startup, said it will open its headquarters this month in the New Orleans metropolitan area.
Mercury Marine said Marty Bass was appointed president of Mercury Marine in Europe, the Middle East and Asia.
Mercury Marine is adding a 53,000-square-foot manufacturing capacity expansion to its headquarters in Fond du Lac, Wis., to accommodate growing global demand.
ACR Electronics is expanding its commercial survival product portfolio with the introduction of the Pathfinder Pro SART at this year’s Offshore Technology Conference, which starts today and continues through Thursday in Houston.
Expanding its North American sales force, Davis Instruments signed Woodard and Company Ltd. to represent its line of marine products across Canada.
Universal Technical Institute, a provider of post-secondary education for students seeking careers as professional automotive, diesel, collision repair, motorcycle and marine technicians, is launching the first Mercury Marine technician career training certification program at its Marine Mechanics Institute campus in Orlando, Fla.
Garmin said today that it saw revenue grow 7 percent in the first quarter to $624 million as outdoor, fitness, aviation and marine collectively grew 17 percent from the year-earlier quarter and contributed 69 percent of total revenue.
FLIR Systems said today that first-quarter revenue totaled $379.5 million, up 10 percent from $344.5 million in the same quarter a year earlier.