Furuno introduced its new DRS6AX “X-Class” Radar, which it said brings a refined 6kW open array to NavNet TZtouch and TZtouch2.
Furuno Electric Co. is a Japan-based manufacturer of marine electronics, GPS receiver chips and modules and medical appliances.
Furuno introduced two rebates on navigation equipment for spring and summer.
Marine electronics manufacturer Furuno announced several changes to its sales department, adding two commercial sales representatives, promoting several longtime employees and welcoming new service personnel.
Furuno said it won three awards at the Sept. 29-Oct. 1 NMEA Conference & Expo in Baltimore, including its 40th consecutive Best Radar Award.
Furuno said Thursday that it will host a demonstration boat later this month at the NMEA International Marine Electronics Conference & Expo in Baltimore.
Furuno USA is looking to connect with consumers through Facebook and will be rewarding fans for “liking” its page by running a contest.
Furuno USA might appear to be in a time of transition with longtime president Jim Atteridge’s retirement and a score of new management appointments. But Dean Kurutz, the company’s new vice president of sales, marketing and product planning, says that’s not actually the case.
Electronics manufacturer Furuno is stepping up its marketing efforts to capitalize on the spring refit season, offering savings to consumers with its “Colossal NavNet Rebate.”
Furuno U.S.A. is celebrating 35 years of business in the marine electronics industry after management at the Furuno Electric Co. in Japan recognized the strength of the U.S. market. The company also saw the potential for Furunos radar, navigation, sonar and communication electronics to help professional and recreational boaters. The strong brand loyalty that Furuno…more
Furuno USA was awarded a multiyear, multimillion-dollar Coast Guard contract, the company announced. The contract is for the replacement of as many as 200 aging radars on the Coast Guard’s cutter fleet. The fleet consists of a variety of vessels, including 87-foot coastal patrol boats, 140-foot icebreaking tugs, 160-foot inland buoy tenders, 225-foot seagoing buoy…more