Navico develops, makes and distributes marine electronics for the recreational market and is the parent company of the Lowrance, Simrad Yachting and B&G brands.
After a successful 2015 that saw an 11 percent gain in revenue, Navico kicked off the new year by introducing an array of more affordable products and enhancements to its sonar technology in hopes of continued growth and possible acquisitions this year.
DUCK KEY, FLA. — Talk about tricked out. The 278 Dusky Open Fisherman was packed with just about every navigational nuance from Navico.
Navico added 50,000 square feet to its manufacturing facility in Mexico and expects to add 300 jobs, which would bring the workforce there to more than 1,000.
DUCK KEY, Fla. — Marine electronics company Navico saw double-digit revenue growth in 2015, capturing market share and riding a wave of new products that collected a handful of industry innovation awards, company executives said Tuesday.
Two of the biggest players in marine electronics are in a legal battle over technology patents that could force one manufacturer to pull product from store shelves.
Fishfinding marine electronics manufacturer Lowrance announced a renewed OEM partnership with Phoenix Bass Boats.
Navico, parent of the Lowrance, Simrad, B&G and GoFree brands was named Cabela’s 2014 Vendor of the Year for the general outdoors division.
GoFree, a provider of digital content and services that is part of the Navico family of marine electronics brands including Lowrance, Simrad Yachting and B&G, announced the launch today of GoFreeShop.com.
DUCK KEY, Fla. — Navico will wrap up a two-day media event today in the Florida Keys where more than 30 journalists got a chance to see firsthand the electronics company’s recently introduced products — and a sneak peek at new devices and technology that will be released later this year.
Navico COO and VP Louis Chemi