Si-Tex Marine Electronics is celebrating its 40th anniversary and launching a new website for Si-Tex and Koden products as it commemorates its fourth decade in business.
Advances in marine electronics, including GPS and electronic charts, computer-aided design and gyro stabilizers, have transformed the on-the-water experience, making boating safer and more enjoyable.
Win-Tron Electronics president Eddie Winder said Gerald (Jerry) Bench II, after a 20-year absence, is returning to his roots in the marine electronics industry and is joining the company as a sales associate.
Xantrex said it is embarking on an aggressive growth plan for 2015 as a result of the robust mobile AC power market accelerated by the improved economic environment.
ASA Electronics hired Joe Willer as a junior programmer.
ASA Electronics added Nick Blohm to its marketing team.
Marine safety products manufacturer Vesper Marine is expanding distribution by partnering with CWR Electronics.
Lowrance is preparing for 2015 by launching several new products, most notably the High Definition System Gen3 fishfinder/chart plotter series.
Hubbell Marine Electrical Products recently marked its 30th anniversary with Marine Markets West, one of its longtime representatives.
Furuno USA president Jim Atteridge is retiring after 30 years and assuming a new role as director and corporate adviser.
Jeppesen Marine unveiled a new C-MAP website for its recreational boating customers around the world.