Dometic Marine said it reached an exclusive worldwide marketing agreement with Spot Zero Reverse Osmosis of Fort Lauderdale to market and sell its Spot Zero Fresh Water Reverse Osmosis systems and its Sea Xchange Sea Water Reverse Osmosis systems.
Marine industry technology news ranges from engine and other product debuts to reports of executive promotions and interviews with CEOs.
Copper paint is being cited as a pollutant in Marina del Rey by the Los Angeles Regional Water Quality Control Board.
Zodiac Marine CEO Patrice Henry recently stepped down.
Samson Rope Technologies said Steve Swiackey will retire as CEO at the end of the year after more than 41 years at the company.
Power & Motoryacht University will take place Dec. 6-7 at the Vinoy Renaissance St. Petersburg Resort and Golf Club in Florida.
Electronic products manufacturer Furrion officially launched a new website at the Marine Equipment Trade Show in Amsterdam.
Naiad Dynamics celebrated the 40th anniversary of Vic Kuzmovich’s employment with the company on Nov. 2 at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show. As global service manager, Kuzmovich oversees aftersales support for the more than 12,000 vessels equipped with Naiad systems. Naiad CEO John Venables, who has worked closely with Kuzmovich during the last 32…more
Taco Metals introduced a new master marine catalog that features concise product information, sharp product photos and dimensional renderings and includes product installation and application recommendations. The 90-page brochure is geared for boatbuilders, dealers, canvas and metal fabricators, repair yards and other marine industry professionals. “We are confident our new master marine catalog makes product…more
Lewmar appointed Harcourt Schutz as its new general manager for the United States. Schutz, who will be based in the company’s Guilford, Conn., office, has been with the sailboat and powerboat hardware supplier for 13 years and was recently head of sales. The company said the positions Schutz has held at Lewmar have provided him…more
Cummins lowered its outlook for the year after reporting lower-than-expected third-quarter revenue, citing weakness in the mining industry. Sales in the power generation segment were down 13 percent, to $712 million, for the quarter that ended Sept. 29. Earnings before interest and taxes were $45 million — or 6.3 percent of sales — down from…more